The appellants sued an accounting firm under several causes of action including alleged fraud. The trial court granted summary judgment for the accounting firm. Regarding the intent-to-deceive element, the financial documents upon which appellants have based their fraudulent-inducement cause of action were in all cases accompanied by a disclaimer letter demonstrating that the documents were directed to the attention of the then-existing partners. The trial court's judgment is affirmed. El Paso Court of Appeals, No. 08-11-00207-CV, 04-24-2013.
Willis, et al. v. Marshall, et al.
Tex. App. Dist. 8
April 29, 2013