Underwood lawyer publishes new law book
Underwood lawyer, Roger Cox, has released the 2021 edition of Texas Creditors’ Rights Laws Annotated. The book is published by Thomson Reuters, America’s leading publisher of law books and online legal solutions, including Thomson Reuters Westlaw.™
Texas Creditors’ Rights Laws Annotated is part of the Thomson Reuters Texas Annotated Code Series, authored by prominent law professors and practitioners. The series can be found in law firms and law libraries throughout the State. “We’re hopeful that this publication will become a cost-effective, user-friendly tool for Texas lawyers engaged in any facet of the debtor-creditor relationship,” said Cox. “By pulling together laws from a variety of statutory and regulatory sources, the book provides a comprehensive view of debtor-creditor law.”
Cox is Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law, Commercial Real Estate Law, and Farm & Ranch Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and a past contributor to the SMU Law Review’s Annual Survey of Texas Law.
Stay Home and Sing contest winners to perform at Hodgetown
After months of anticipation, the overall winners of the Inspire Amarillo Stay Home And Sing Contest are ready to show off their skills in front of a full-house at Hodgetown on June 11, according to a news release.
Jimmy Newman, Kinsey Newman, Rene Brain, and Haylee Sessions, who are also known as Connect 4, will be performing Lean On Me by Bill Withers 30 minutes before the opening pitch Friday, June 11.
Coordinated by Inspire Amarillo and the Fairly Group, Stay Home And Sing helped keep people across the globe connected during the beginning of the pandemic. The contest included participants from as far away as Thailand, Germany, and Japan. Connect 4 was among more than 100 groups that entered the singing contest with the hopes of winning money for a non-profit of their choice.
Overall, 86,032 votes were cast across the world, with one favorite announced in each of the eight categories. Local celebrity judges then narrowed those eight down to the top five winners. Each group then chose a charity to receive $5,000. The charities chosen were the High Plains Children’s Home, Education Foundation of Canyon ISD, Bushland Education Foundation, AHS Band Parents Association, and the Khuri Foundation. Furthermore, one dollar was donated to the High Plains Food Bank for every vote cast, for a total donation of $86,032 to help fight hunger in the community.
Connect 4 will belt out their tune in front of thousands of Sod Poodle fans. The group will hit the field around 6:30 p.m,, 30 minutes before the official start of the game.
For a preview of their performance, please see Connect 4’s official Stay Home And Sing entry: https://vimeo.com/410386045. Or, for more information about the overall contest, visit www.inspireamarillo.com.
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