DALLAS — Bill Brewer, the attorney representing Kevin M. Curley, the former president of Texans Insurance Group who was fired in April 2007, said Texans Credit Union is “playing semantics” and technically, the executive has not been allowed back on the job even though an arbitrator ruled he was entitled to return to his post.

Curley is the former president of Curley Insurance Group LLC, which was bought by $2 billion Texans CU in January 2007. The conglomerate of companies became Texans Insurance Group with Curley remaining on staff. Curley was terminated in April 2007 and filed a claim against the CUSO citing a breach of a three-year employment agreement that was to end on Dec. 31, 2009. 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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