Texas Supreme Court Draws Line on Attorney Immunity Privilege

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The Texas Supreme Court recently ruled that there are limits on when attorneys are protected by the judicial proceedings privilege or by attorney immunity. Following the Court's decision in Landry's Inc. et al. v. Animal Legal Defense Fund et al., Bob Latham and Paul Watler discuss the ruling and when an attorney's statement to the press, social media, or other public statements – even if conducted on behalf of a client – falls outside the protection of the immunity privilege.
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