DALLAS — Susan Soussan, the arbitrator who presided over the March hearing involving Texans Insurance Group and Kevin M. Curley, said it was clear that there was animosity between the two parties. However, an “abrupt and unwarranted termination” was not the way to solve the problem.

“From the testimony and the demeanor of the witnesses at the arbitration hearing, it became obvious that a personal animus was building up between Texans and Curley,” Soussan said. “Curley had just sold the business he had built over an eighteen year period. Texans took over a business with which it was not familiar. More of an effort should have been made by Texans to work with Curley and vice-versa.”

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