Jack Manning is the Founder and Senior Shareholder of Manning & Meyers. Since Mr. Manning’s admission to the Texas State Bar in 1966, he has devoted his entire legal career to litigation, collections and the representation of Property Owners Associations. Mr. Manning received his Bachelor of Arts in History in 1965 from Baylor University and his L.L.B. from Baylor University School of Law in 1966 and thereafter his Juris Doctorate in 1969. Mr. Manning is recognized as one of the industry’s most experienced and well-respected attorneys. He is currently serving as counsel for some of North Texas’ largest and most prestigious HOAs. He has represented countless of HOAs in matters relating to the interpretation and enforcement of governing documents, contracts, governmental negotiations and major renovation projects. He has also successfully litigated many significant cases on behalf of his clients.
Mr. Manning remains very active in the community association industry and is devoted to advancing it’s professional standards. A Senior Fellow with the State Bar of Texas and a born competitor, Mr. Manning has consistently been ranked as one of the top middle distance runners in his age group in the central Texas area. He has competed in and won an innumerable number of races.
Casey P. Meyers, Esq. has been a member of the Texas State Bar since 2006 and is the Managing Shareholder of Manning & Meyers. Mr. Meyers’ undergraduate education was received at the University of Texas at Austin, where he graduated with honors in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Government and a Minor in Philosophy. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from Baylor University School of Law in 2005 where he focused on corporate and real estate law. An Equity Partner in Manning & Meyers, Mr. Meyers has extensive experience assisting homeowner’s associations and condominium associations in a wide variety of practice areas, such as covenant enforcement, assessment collections, and amendments to dedicatory instruments. He also assists many of our clients with their litigation and transactional matters.
Mr. Meyers is very active within the community association industry and devotes much of his time to educating homeowners and industry professionals about the legal issues affecting community associations. He prides himself on his ability to take on a matter and represent his clients to the fullest in an expedient manner. Mr. Meyers also publishes the firm’s blog and is an active triathlete, having competed in numerous Ironman races and has qualified and raced in the International Triathlon Union Long Course World Championships.
Lance J. Erickson has been a member of the Texas State Bar since May 2010. Mr. Erickson received his undergraduate Bachelor of Sciences degree from Brigham Young University in 2005 and played for the BYU football team. Mr. Erickson received his Juris Doctorate from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 2010. Out of law school, Mr. Erickson worked for Allmand & Lee where he represented more than 700 individuals and small businesses seeking bankruptcy protection in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Mr. Erickson was most recently employed at a national real-estate firm representing major financial institutions and mortgage servicers in Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, and other civil matters.
Mr. Erickson is a member of the Bankruptcy Section of the Texas Bar as well as a member of the Houston Area Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. Mr. Erickson is fluent in Russian, having served for two years in Moscow, Russian Federation as a missionary.