RICHARDSON, Texas — Texans Insurance Group said it is currently reviewing its options following a July 8 arbitration final hearing that concluded one of its CUSO staffers was wrongly terminated in April 2007 and is entitled to back pay.

At issue is Kevin M. Curley, a former president of Curley Insurance Group LLC, which was bought by $2 billion Texans Credit Union in January 2007. The conglomerate of companies became Texans Insurance Group with Curley remaining on staff. Curley was fired in April 2007 and filed a claim against the CUSO citing the termination breached a three-year employment agreement that was to end on Dec. 31, 2009. After hearing both sides, on July 8, a Texas arbitrator ruled in favor of Curley saying he was entitled to his job back and back pay and benefits.

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