In re Christus Health S.E. Texas, 399 S.W.3d 343 (Tex. Ct. App. 2013)

Key Insight: Denial of motion to compel documents reflecting deceased patient?s children?s purchases and calls on the day the patient underwent his at-issue procedure was no abuse of discretion where the request for production was not sufficiently limited in time and was therefore overly broad; request for all posting to social media regarding the patient or his death was also not limited in time and thus ?overly broad on its face? and trial court did not abuse discretion in denying the motion to compel

Nature of Case: Health care liability

Electronic Data Involved: Documents reflecting purchases and calls on a particular day; Facebook/social media postings

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