Gregory Cagle is a founding partner of Cagle Pugh, Ltd. LLP. Gregory concentrates his law practice in civil and complex litigation involving real estate, nonprofit and for-profit corporations, business disputes, construction defects, and residential and commercial community associations. Gregory has extensive litigation experience and has served as lead trial attorney in hundreds of trials in front of judges and juries.
Gregory also has extensive experience in representing community associations as general counsel on all aspects of issues involved in the operation and governance of association-governed communities, including management issues, compliance with federal and state laws, interpretation of and compliance with governing documents, architectural review of proposed construction, covenant enforcement, assessment collection, litigation, and dispute resolution.
In addition, Gregory is the author of Texas Homeowners Association Law, the only comprehensive legal reference manual on the state and federal laws governing Texas community association, and he has the distinguished honor of membership in the Community Associations Institute’s College of Community Association Lawyers,an organization whose membership consists of attorneys that have demonstrated skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of community association law and who are dedicated to excellence in the specialized practice of community association law. Gregory is also Board Certified in Texas Property Owners Association Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and he has been recognized as a Super Lawyer by Thomas Reuters in 2020 and 2021.
Gregory is a certified mediator and arbitrator, and he frequently serves as an expert witness ontopics applicable to Texas homeowner and condominium associations and the proper conduct of Boards of Directors under the applicable standards of care.
Gregory has also previously served as president of a homeowners association for a master-planned community with more than 1,500 homes and he is a frequent speaker and contributor to continuing legal education courses and articles on topics related to community associations.
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1998||05/28/2022|
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Board Certified - Property Owners Association Law||Texas Board of Legal Specialization||2018|
|Founding Partner||Cagle Pugh, Ltd. LLP||2020 - Present|
|Managing Partner||Cagle Carpenter Hazlewood||2017 - 2019|
|Partner||Savrick, Schumann, Johnson, McGarr, Kaminski & Shirley||2011 - 2017|
|Partner||Armbrust & Brown||2007 - 2011|
|Associate||Armbrust & Brown||1999 - 2006|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|State Bar of Texas||1998 - 1999|
|book - published by Two Harbors Press||Texas Homeowners Association Law, 3rd Edition||2017|
|State Bar of Texas’ Handling Your First (or Next) HOA Assessment Lien Foreclosure for Condos and Subdivisions Course||JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF HOA ASSESSMENT LIENS||2014|
|book published by Two Harbors Press||Texas Homeowners Association Law, 2nd Edition||2013|
|State Bar of Texas' 34th Annual Advanced Real Estate Law Course||HOA ASSESSMENT LIENS: Everything you need to know to figure out your head from your assessment lien (revised and updated)||2012|
|Community Association Living magazine||CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? Conducting Board Meetings by Remote Communications Technology||2011|
|Community Association Living magazine||BUILDING BRIDGES, NOT FENCES: Resolving Community Disputes in a Neighborly Manner Without Litigation||2011|
|book published by Two Harbors Press||Texas Homeowners Association Law||2010|
|State Bar of Texas' 32nd Annual Advanced Real Estate Law Course||HOA ASSESSMENT LIENS: Everything you need to know to figure out your head from your assessment lien||2010|
|Baylor University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
|University of Texas System, Austin||BS - Bachelor of Science||1995|