Can a Party File a No-Evidence Motion for Summary Judgment Based Upon an Inferential Rebuttal Defense?, 53 Baylor L. Rev. 763 (Fall 2001)


This article is meant to be a practical guide for practicing attorneys who must deal with summary judgments on appeal. Almost all attorneys will eventually find themselves asking an appellate court to either affirm or reverse a summary judgment. When in that position, an attorney needs to be aware of a multitude of issues that can drastically affect the fate of the summary judgment on appeal. To read more, click "Download PDF."

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