Gavin Gadberry interviewed by Amarillo’s ABC 7 News about Medicaid Funding Crisis in Texas

Gavin Gadberry was recently interviewed by Amarillo’s ABC 7 News regarding the Medicaid funding crisis for nursing facilities in Texas. Gadberry serves as General Counsel to and issue lobbyist for the Texas Health Care Association (THCA). THCA is the largest long term care association in Texas with membership comprised of nonprofit and for-profit skilled nursing facilities, specialized rehabilitation facilities and assisted living facilities in Texas. 

https://abc7amarillo.com/news/local/silver-tsunami-set-to-hit-texas-nursing-homes




Chris Wrampelmeier has been elected Secretary of the Texas State Bar’s Family Law Section (2019)

Underwood Law Firm is proud to announce that our Shareholder, Chris Wrampelmeier, has been elected Secretary of the Texas State Bar’s Family Law Section at the Annual Meeting in April 2019.




Collections: Increased Profitability, Managing Receivables and Options to Recover Bad Debt – Fort Worth Business Assistance Center (2019)




Slater Elza to speak at City Hall Essentials’ Municipal Law Seminar

Underwood Shareholder Slater Elza has been invited to speak at The City Hall Essentials’ Municipal Law Seminar at the Texas Tech School of Law on June 7, 2019. Slater will be presenting on the Texas Open Meetings Act to elected officials, municipal employees and city attorneys. 




Shareholder Cara Kennemer has been named Historic Fort Worth’s Inc.’s Board Chairman

Shareholder Cara Kennemer has been named Historic Fort Worth Inc.’s Board Chairman. Historic Fort Worth is dedicated to preserving Fort Worth’s unique historic identity through stewardship, education and leadership. Established in 1969, Historic Fort Worth was honored with the 2009 Texas Historical Commission’s Governors Award in Preservation and is a member of the National Preservation Partner’s Network. Annually, Historic Fort Worth recognizes outstanding preservation projects through an awards program and hosts multiple fundraising events to benefit its programs and maintain two of Fort Worth’s cattle baron mansions, the Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House and Thistle Hill.