(a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), the advisory board shall provide a person
who is the subject of a formal complaint filed under this chapter with access to all
information in its possession that the advisory board intends to offer into evidence
in presenting its case in chief at the contested hearing on the complaint, subject
to any other privilege or restriction established by rule, statute, or legal precedent. The advisory board shall provide the information not later than the 30th day after
receipt of a written request from the person or the person's counsel, unless good
cause is shown for delay.
(b) The advisory board is not required to provide:
(1) advisory board investigative reports;
(2) investigative memoranda;
(3) the identity of a nontestifying complainant;
(4) attorney-client communications;
(5) attorney work product; or
(6) other material covered by a privilege recognized by the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure
or the Texas Rules of Evidence.
(c) Providing information under this section does not constitute a waiver of privilege
or confidentiality under this chapter or other law.
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