A party seeking summary judgment must raise all its grounds in the motion itself; raising a ground for summary judgment at the summary judgment hearing will not support the summary judgment if the judgment is attacked on appeal.

In Ritchey v. Pinnell, Brenda Ritchey brought suit against Steven and Amy Pinnell after Ritchey

The Corpus Christi Court of Appeals recently held that the learned intermediary doctrine does not apply to a drug manufacturer that advertises its products to consumers.  In doing so, the court affirmed the plaintiff’s multi-million dollar judgment against the drug manufacturer.

The court’s opinion is rather lengthy and traces the origins of the learned intermediary doctrine