Gregory S. Cagle graduated from Baylor University School of Law in 1998, where he was a member of the Order of Barristers and Baylor Law Review. Mr. Cagle is a former briefing attorney to the Honorable Justice Dixon W. Holman at the Second District Court of Appeals in Fort Worth, Texas, and is currently a partner at the law firm of Savrick, Schumann, Johnson, McGarr, Kaminski & Shirley, L.L.P. (“Savrick Schumann”) in Austin, Texas.
Mr. Cagle 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. Mr. Cagle has extensive litigation experience and has served as lead trial attorney in hundreds of trials in front of judges and juries, including a 2009 jury trial in which he obtained the highest jury verdict ever rendered in Bastrop County, Texas, to date on behalf of his client.
Mr. Cagle is also the lead partner of the Master Planned Community and Condominium Practice Group of Savrick Schumann, which focuses on representation of developer and resident-controlled property owners associations, and he has extensive experience in representing property owners 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. Mr. Cagle is a frequent speaker on topics related to association-governed communities. In addition, Mr. Cagle has also previously served as president of a homeowners association for a master-planned community with more than 1,500 homes.
More information about Mr. Cagle can be found at his firm’s website www.ssjmlaw.com.
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