No. 94-0097.

876 S.W.2d 314 (1994)

Craig LEWIS and Fisher, Gallagher, Perrin & Lewis, Petitioners, v. Gary BLAKE, Respondent.

Supreme Court of Texas.

Rehearing Overruled June 15, 1994.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Dean Gerald Treece, Charles B. Holm, Charles L. Cotton, Houston, for petitioners.

James A. Gieseke, Houston, for respondent.


This case presents two questions of summary judgment procedure. First: when a motion for summary judgment is served by mail, does Tex.R.Civ.P. 21a1 add three days to the 21-day notice period of the hearing prescribed by Rule 166a(c)? Second: does Rule 4 govern the computation of the notice period prescribed by Rule 166a(c)? We answer both questions "yes".

Gary Blake sued his lawyer, Craig Lewis, and the law firm of...

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