“[T]he granting of a summary-judgment motion does not necessarily provide an implicit ruling that either
sustains or overrules objections to the summary-judgment evidence.”  Allen v. Albin, 97 S.W.3d 655, 663
(Tex. App.—Waco 2002, no pet.).  Objections to the form of summary-judgment evidence are preserved
for appellate review only if those objections are made and ruled on in the trial court.  See Choctaw Props.,
127 S.W.3d at 241; Trusty v. Strayhorn, 87 S.W.3d 756, 762 (Tex. App.—Texarkana 2002, no pet.).  
Substantive objections do not require a written ruling, and the objection may be raised for the first time on
appeal.  Choctaw Props., 127 S.W.3d at 241.
08‑0664  LIMESTONE COUNTY, TEXAS v. LAURI J. ANDERSON; from Limestone County; 10th district
10-07-00174-CV, ___ SW3d ___, 07‑02‑08)(employment law, termination of employment, sex discrimination, retaliation claim, adverse
employment action, causal nexus, filing deadline for administrative complaint under Texas Labor Code, exhaustion of administrative remedies)