According to Kevin M. Curley, the plaintiff and former president of Texans Insurance Group who was terminated in April 2007, an arbitrator has decided on a $6.3 million judgment from the CUSO and Texans Credit Union stemming from a July 2008 arbitration hearing that ruled in his favor.

Curley told Credit Union Times that the judgment came through during the last week of June. A spokesman for Bill Brewer, Curley's attorney, could not confirm any details of the judgment. A search of civil cases with the 192nd Civil District Court in Dallas County, Texas did not turn up the case involving the $6.3 million judgment.

In October 2008, Curley's attorneys filed an action in the same district court against Texans Insurance Group for failing to honor a July 2008 arbitration ruling. Arbitrator Susan Soussan ruled that Curley was fired without reasonable or justifiable cause and ordered Texans Insurance to pay him $350,000 in back pay, benefits and pre- and post-judgment interest. Curley was also supposed to be reinstated but never resumed his post at the insurance CUSO.

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