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Ruiz 1Miguel RuizProfessor Menjivar Business Law 2 February 2018Domingo v. Mitchell, 257 S.W.3d 34, Tex. Court of Appeals (2008)Issue: In Domingo v. Mitchell the two main issues are the no-evidence and traditional summary judgment motions that resulted in summary judgment being rendered against Domingo. Rule: The trial court’s judgment is reversed, and the case is remanded to the trial court for furtherproceedings. Analysis: The LGroup members were informed by e-mail and given a time limit of noon on April1st in which to pick a variety of numbers. Any numbers claimed at the meeting on March 30th were uncertain as they were subject to being changed. Thus, could not have been viewed by the parties as a necessary element of the contract. Therefore, concerning the component of thought,