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DALLAS — Texans Insurance Group was served with a new legal action on Oct. 22 for violating an arbitration ruling to reinstate the CUSO’s former president, Kevin M. Curley, and award him additional compensation and benefits.

Filed in the 192nd Civil District Court in Dallas County, the action alleges Texans Insurance and affiliated companies “schemed” to deny insurance executive Kevin Curley the full payout for the sale of his insurance agency to the $1.8 billion Texans Credit Union, which owns the CUSO. The lawsuit alleges the defendants illegally fired Curley from his post as president and then refused to follow a July 2008 arbitrator’s decision that reinstateed Curley.

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