Fam. Code Section 264.511
Use of Information and Records; Confidentiality
(a)Information and records acquired by the committee or by a review team in the exercise of its purpose and duties under this subchapter are confidential and exempt from disclosure under the open records law, Chapter 552 (Public Information), Government Code, and may only be disclosed as necessary to carry out the committee’s or review team’s purpose and duties.
(b)A report of the committee or of a review team or a statistical compilation of data reports is a public record subject to the open records law, Chapter 552 (Public Information), Government Code, as if the committee or review team were a governmental body under that chapter, if the report or statistical compilation does not contain any information that would permit the identification of an individual.
(c)A member of a review team may not disclose any information that is confidential under this section.
(d)Information, documents, and records of the committee or of a review team that are confidential under this section are not subject to subpoena or discovery and may not be introduced into evidence in any civil or criminal proceeding, except that information, documents, and records otherwise available from other sources are not immune from subpoena, discovery, or introduction into evidence solely because they were presented during proceedings of the committee or a review team or are maintained by the committee or a review team.
Section 264.511 — Use of Information and Records; Confidentiality,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/FA/htm/FA.264.htm#264.511 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).