UT Regent Wallace Hall Updates Lawsuit Disclosures

Dallas businessman Wallace Hall, Jr. takes notes at the University of Texas Board of Regents meeting on Feb. 14, 2013 in Austin.
Dallas businessman Wallace Hall, Jr. takes notes at the University of Texas Board of Regents meeting on Feb. 14, 2013 in Austin.

University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall, who was criticized for not disclosing all of his lawsuits when he applied to join the board, has provided Gov. Rick Perry’s office with an updated list. 

The original application contained information about two lawsuits and a bankruptcy.

In new disclosures provided to the governor's office on April 12, Hall provided detailed information, including case numbers, on 11 lawsuits and detailed information about a complicated bankruptcy, with multiple appeals, involving one of his partnerships.

Perry’s office, responding to an open records request from The Texas Tribune, furnished the new disclosures Tuesday.

Here’s the original page as Hall filled it out before being appointed in early 2011. 

 

 

 

Here is the updated information about the lawsuits and the bankruptcy.

 

 

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