Janet Bubert to Present Legal Update for Education Foundations on August 26

Attorney Janet Bubert has been invited to present a Legal Update for Education Foundations as part of a webinar series sponsored by the Texas Education Foundation Network. Janet’s presentation will include information about new legislation impacting nonprofit organizations, best practices for virtual meetings and other guidance to ensure legal compliance for an education foundation.

Janet Bubert focuses her practice on representing all types of educational entities and works extensively with education foundations throughout the state.

To learn more about TEFN and other programs in the webinar series visit www.tefn.org.

Underwood Lawyers Recognized as Best Lawyers in America 2022

The Best Lawyers in America has recognized 12 Underwood lawyers in several practice areas in the 2022 edition. Best Lawyers is a peer review in the legal profession, and a significant honor.  

Congratulations to the following Underwood Lawyers named Best Lawyers in America 2022:

Richard SchellhammerConstruction Law

Gavin Gadberry– Health Care Law, Long Term Care

Cara KennemerConstruction Law, Litigation Construction

David Backus– Education Law

Alan Rhodes– Health Care Law

Ann ManningEducation Law

Fred StormerEducation Law

Chris WrampelmeierFamily Law

Kelly UtsingerInsurance Law, Defense

Roger CoxBankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/ Insolvency and Reorganization Law

Tom MorrisCommercial Litigation

James WesterTechnology Law

Chris Wrampelmeier Received the Joseph W. McKnight Best Family Law CLE Article Award from the Family Law Section of the State Bar

On August 2, 2021 at the Advanced Family Law Course in San Antonio, Texas, Chris Wrampelmeier, along with co-author the Hon. Karl Hays, received the Joseph W. McKnight Best Family Law CLE Article award from the Family Law Section of the State Bar. Each year a committee reads every article written for the Advanced Family Law Course, Marriage Dissolution Institute, New Frontiers in Marital Property Course, and the December continuing legal education (CLE) course. The committee then selects the best paper from the many presented at those seminars. Mr. Wrampelmeier’s paper was entitled You Presume Too Much: Overcoming Fit Parent, Visitation, and Child Support Presumptions. Judge Hays and Mr. Wrampelmeier presented their paper at the Advanced Trial Skills for Family Lawyers 2020 Course in December 2020, webcasted due to the pandemic.

Mr. Wrampelmeier is a frequent speaker at CLE courses. On July 17, 2021, he presented his paper, 2021 Changes to Discovery and the Impact on Family Cases, at the Texas Bar College Summer School 2021 in Galveston, Texas. On August 4, 2021, he presented his paper, Reimbursement and Reconstituted Estate, at the Advanced Family Law Course.