When responding to anonymous online defamation, the first challenge a business faces is finding out the identity of the writer. The Texas Supreme Court recently added another potential snag to that process, holding that a Rule 202 petition does not toll a claim's statute of limitations. Nicole Williams and Mackenzie Wallace of Thompson & Knight provide an analysis . . .
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