Texas Justices Say Atty Media Statements Not Protected

By Katie Buehler (May 21, 2021, 7:07 PM EDT) -- The Texas Supreme Court ruled Friday that public comments and social media posts about litigation aren't covered by judicial proceedings privilege or attorney immunity, in a ruling that revives a defamation lawsuit brought by the Landry's restaurant company against the Animal Legal Defense Fund....

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