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Texas Supreme Court Asked To Allow Discovery Of Leading Plaintiffs’ Attorney, California Municipalities

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ExxonMobil is urging the Texas Supreme Court to restore a trial court ruling that would allow it to conduct pre-suit discovery to examine an alleged conspiracy involving leading plaintiffs’ attorney Matt Pawa and the California municipalities suing the company for climate change impacts.

In a petition filed on October 5, the company asked the state’s highest court to review an appellate court’s decision to deny its petition to evaluate potential claims for constitutional violations, abuse of process, and civil conspiracy on the part of the California parties under Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 202.

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