David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog recently presented his paper on “Summary Judgments in Texas” at the State Bar of Texas’s Advanced Civil Appellate Course in Austin, Texas.  This presentation included a discussion of the finality of summary judgments, the standard and scope of review of traditional and no-evidence summary judgments in the trial court and court of appeals, preservation of error hot topics, recent Texas Supreme Court decisions impacting summary judgments, challenging the denial of a motion for summary judgment, and record/briefing issues. The paper is attached below.

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