|(a) Examples of claims that are not required to be reported under this chapter, but which may be reported, include the following: (1) product liability claims (i.e. where a licensee invented a medical device that may have injured a patient but the licensee has had no personal physician-patient relationship with the specific patient claiming injury by the device); (2) antitrust allegations; (3) allegations involving improper peer review activities; (4) civil rights violations; and (5) allegations of liability for injuries occurring on a licensee's property, but not involving a breach of duty in the physician-patient relationship (i.e. slip and fall accidents). (b) Claims that are not required to be reported under this chapter may be voluntarily reported pursuant to the provision of the Medical Practice Act, TEX. OCC. CODE, Title 3, Subtitle B.