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(Tex., Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law) In a tenured professor's suit against the University of Houston under the Whistleblower Act claiming retaliation for reporting contracting and accounting irregularities to University officials, the court of appeals' holding judgment is reversed and remanded to determine whether, under the analysis set forth in State v. Lueck, 290 S.W.3d 876 (Tex. 2009), plaintiff's claims meet the Whistleblower Act's jurisdictional elements for suit against a governmental entity, and thus, whether the trial court had jurisdiction over the suit.
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