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February 21, 2017

Texas Watch Lunch
3300 Smith St. (map)
Brennan's of Houston
11:30 a.m.
All Members Welcome
Click here to register

February 23, 2017

"Careful What You Say... Perspectives Through the Decades" 
CLE Lunch hosted by the Women's Caucus

3300 Smith St. (map)
Brennan's of Houston
12:00 p.m.
All Members Welcome
Click here to register


March 2, 2017

TTLA Car Wrecks
1303 San Jacinto St.
South Texas College of Law
8:00 a.m.
All Members Welcome
Click here to register

Following after:

TTLA Advocates Happy Hour
711 Main St.

5:00 p.m.
All Members Welcome


March 9, 2017

HTLA CLE Membership Lunch
3300 Smith St. (map)
Brennan's of Houston

12:00 p.m.
All Members Welcome
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For more information, contact Rhonda High at rhonda@htla.org.

Message from the President

Happy New Year!

We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and the new year is off to a great start.  We have some great news to share.  HTLA headquarters has a new home at the Perdue & Kidd Law Firm, located at 510 Bering, Suite 550, Houston, TX 77057.  We want to extend a huge thank you to Don Kidd and Jim Perdue, Jr. for opening up their firm and giving us a space to call home.  

We also want to thank Tommy Fibich at Fibich Leebron, Copeland, Briggs & Josephson for letting us office with them for the past three years.

HTLA is very fortune to have such generous members provide office space for HTLA.  Without the wonderful members of this organization, HTLA would not be able to provide the many things we offer to our members at affordable prices.  Whether we contribute through financial recourses, or whether it is through giving our time, an organization is only as good as its members.  And that is the reason HTLA is one of the best organizations around.

Thank you all again for the support and time you give to HTLA.

Kevin M. Camp
HTLA President

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Keep Forced Arbitration out of Insurance Policies!

Arbitration clauses force consumers with disputes into closed, costly, and biased proceedings without any appeal or public record. For years, the Texas Department of Insurance has rightfully rejected policies with these dangerous clauses. 

But, a new policy submitted to TDI could reverse this longstanding rule. The policy includes a binding arbitration clause, which would strip unaware consumers of their constitutional rights in exchange for a discount.

If approved, the policy would allow insurance companies to buy Texans' rights for a few dollars a month. Tell TDI that your rights are not for sale here.


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