By February 2010, the State Bar of Texas board of directors will make its recommendation to the Texas Supreme Court concerning the controversial issue of whether attorneys in Texas should be required to disclose — either through the State Bar Web site or directly to their clients — whether they carry professional liability insurance.

This fall, State Bar directors are holding meetings and soliciting feedback in their districts in anticipation of the vote at the State Bar board of directors’ meeting in January. The meetings this fall may be the last opportunity for Texas lawyers to express their views on this issue before the Texas Supreme Court acts.

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