To Reply or Not To Reply? MSJ Tips for Travis County, Austin, Texas Courts


Did you know the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure related to summary judgment practice (TRCP 166a) do not require that a reply be filed after the non-movant files a response? Even though it’s not required, it’s always an option. I would suggest taking that option.

Check out this article to find out why, based on my personal experience in Travis County Courts, Austin, Texas, and based on my past experience as a staff attorney in Travis County District Court.

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