The Waco Court of Appeals recently held, once again, that parties should obtain written orders on objections to summary judgment evidence in order to preserve error for review on appeal.  The Court went on to analyze when rulings are implicit and held that while rulings can be inferred, they can only be inferred from the record of which the docket sheet is not a part.  As a result, the Court treated the objections as not having been ruled upon.  The Court’s opinion in Willis v. Nucor Corp. can be found at this link.