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Joseph Larsen Gives HBA Presentation: Sovereign Immunity, Declaratory Judgements and Open Government

“Long term and recent decisions of the Texas Supreme Court have applied the doctrine of sovereign immunity to all but eliminate use of a petition for declaratory judgment to enforce compliance by governmental bodies with the Texas Open Meetings Act and Texas Public Information Act and have narrowed remedies under the statutes themselves.” – Joseph Larsen

Joe Larsen – HBA Presentation by Jackie Spurlock

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