The Criminal Acts and Violations of Law Exclusions
The Criminal Acts and Violations of Law Exclusions apply to bar coverage for the Underlying Lawsuit because there was a finding in a lawsuit related to the Underlying Lawsuit captioned TOMA Integrity, Inc., et al. v. Windermere Oaks Water Supply Corporation, Case No. 47531, filed in the 33rd District Court of Burnet County, Texas (the “TOMA Action”) that the WSC board violated the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) by not providing public notice to the WSC members in connection with the meeting discussing the sale of the airport tract to Martin and by not listing any items on the agenda for that meeting. Further, that finding is a “final adjudication” as required under the Criminal Acts Exclusion because after the trial court in the TOMA Action issued its order finding that WSC violated TOMA, WSC did not challenge the trial court’s order. The plaintiffs did appeal, however, arguing that the trial court abused its discretion in failing to void the WSC board’s actions in light of the TOMA violation. Nonetheless, the appellate court affirmed the trial court’s order that the WSC board violated TOMA, but that it would not void the board’s actions and entered a judgment on June 21, 2019 stating same.
Against Allied World-Their Directors and Officers Insurance
Director's and Officers Insurance did not pay for their legal defense due to the director's willful violation of law. The directors all signed IOU's leaving the members on the hook for their misdeeds. https://integritynow1.net/directors-promise-to-pay https://integritynow1.net/wowsc-insurance-denial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sslh5Qikd-w
They did this on 11/30/2020 without a board vote
Another Violation of the Texas Open Meetings Act and their fifth lawsuit since Joe Gimenez was elected. Gimenez is much more than a failed fiduciary. Gimenez, Mike Nelson and Dorothy Taylor have spent over $600k in legal since they got on the WOWSC board. Amazing!
Joe Gimenez Filed This lawsuit without a board vote
After the Texas Attorney General ruled that the WOWSC attorney invoices are not confidential and must be turned over to the Public Information Requestor the WOWSC filed a lawsuit against the AG in Travis County District Court. We must ask ourselves, why won't the WOWSC Board of Directors let us see these invoices?
WOWSC Board is again trying to conceal information
Attorney invoices were requested to see how much the members paid for Joe Gimenez's deposition training. Without a board vote they had their attorney's file a ten page legal brief. What are they hiding?