The question whether a DTPA defendant's conduct was "knowing" does not focus on whether the plaintiff's injury might reasonably have been anticipated. Instead, "knowing" conduct requires actual awareness by the defendant that his conduct is unfair or deceptive.
Blue Star Operating Co. v. Tetra Technologies Inc.
December 8, 2003
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