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Prof. Gerald Treece

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South Texas College of Law

1303 San Jacinto Street

Houston, Texas 77002

United States

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Founded in 1923, South Texas College of Law Houston provides a diverse body of students with the opportunity to obtain an exceptional legal education, preparing graduates to serve their community and the profession with distinction and to be a positive fo ... more

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Church of Christ


University System ITT Technical Institute

Bachelor of Arts degree

University of Houston

Juris Doctorate

University of Houston Law Center




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"The question is not the merits ... [cached]

"The question is not the merits of the immigration issue, "said T. Gerald Treece, a constitutional law professor at the South Texas College of Law in Houston.

The man who is standing in ... [cached]

The man who is standing in O'Quinn's shoes throughout all this is the same man who stood by him as his attorney through many of those ethics complaints court proceedings: Gerald Treece, the executor of O'Quinn's will.

"The moment that John O'Quinn died," Jefferson said, "Gerald Treece walked into a hornet's nest."
As executor of O'Quinn's will, Treece is entitled to compensate himself reasonably for being in charge of liquidating O'Quinn's assets (like his giant car collection), channeling funds to the foundation and winding down the law firm while dealing with all of its lawsuits, among other responsibilities.
But "reasonable compensation" is a matter of opinion, and in a lawsuit, the foundation claims that Treece has been paying himself millions more dollars than he's earned and also overpaying third-party accountants and other professionals to do a lot of the work for him. This has resulted, according to the foundation's attorneys, in Treece's excessively spending $55 million that otherwise could have been used to help the children.
This is the kind of fight over money in which it's easy to burn through hundreds of thousands of dollars in the blink of an eye. Like most contested estate cases, it revolves around the wishes of a dead person who is no longer around to clear things up.
To date, according to Jefferson's answer to the lawsuit, Treece has overseen the liquidation of more than $350 million in assets that include868 cars and 3,000 items of O'Quinn's memorabilia, settled more than $1 billion in debt, so far defended 35 lawsuits involving roughly 1,700 plaintiffs, and distributed about $75 million to the foundation. Using discretion that O'Quinn gave him in his will, Treece is giving himself $15.5 million for all that work.
But attorneys for the foundation say that, in addition to that being way too much, Treece never adjusted the price to reflect the fact that he delegated a lot of the work.
The foundation has also accused Treece of unreasonably spending O'Quinn's estate money on things like paying for someone to do his own personal tax return, paying someone $400 an hour to go to Verizon to shop for a new cellphone for him, paying someone for investment advice, paying for a $50,000 Audi and paying his gas money each month to get from The Woodlands to his job as a law professor at South Texas College of Law. According to the suit, he's even spent it on frivolous things like an application for an EZ tag and taking new cars for test drives. In other words, things that don't have much to do with executing O'Quinn's will.
Jefferson has responded to all these allegations by, first, writing most of the above items off as "nickel-and-dime stuff" anyway, and clarifying that Treece has since reimbursed the foundation for all those miscellaneous expenses.

"The question is not the merits ... [cached]

"The question is not the merits of the immigration issue," said T. Gerald Treece, a constitutional law professor at the South Texas College of Law in Houston.

Gerald Treece, a professor ... [cached]

Gerald Treece, a professor of Constitutional Law at the South Texas College of Law in Houston, says Cruz' position on the issue is the generally accepted one.

"While there are very few decisions there is so much scholarship," Treece said.
"What they didn't want in a President was a foreigner," Treece said.

If the city attorney hadn't backed ... [cached]

If the city attorney hadn't backed down, the subpoena's demands almost certainly would've been tossed out of court, said Gerald Treece, the dean of the South Texas College of Law.

"The government of the United States, of the state of Texas, and certainly a city, has no business issuing this type of nonsensical subpoena," Treece said.

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