In re Great Lakes Insurance SE
The Court found that the trial court had not abused its discretion under the Texas Citizens Participation Act because the court had limited discovery to two, three-hour depositions of the insurer's corporate representatives, with the document production limited to documents relied on by the deponents and the subject of the discovery was limited to five topics related to the insured's contention that the insurer had filed a frivolous counterclaim to their breach of contract suit.
homeowner's insurance policy, Texas Citizens Participation Act, TCPA, good cause, specified and limited discovery, discovery
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