The Nations Law Firm Issues a Challenge

By Andrea Schmauss

Houston Police Department, 27th Annual Comida Food Drive
Houston Police Department, 27th Annual Comida Food Drive

November 29, 2012 – Howard Nations issues a challenge to ALL Houston Area Law Firms to Donate to the HPD Comida Food Drive. For the past 27 years HPD has partnered with Fiesta Mart, Inc., The Pepsi Bottling Group and the Houston Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association to collect, package and distribute boxes of food to Houston’s underprivileged families. Last year HPD was able to provide 3,500 boxes of food to places of worship for distribution to families in need.

Cindy Nations, the firm’s Managing Partner, presented a $1,000 check to HPD this afternoon. She challenged all law firms to help make the holiday a little brighter for many Houston area families.

To place an online donation go to, click on the “Comida Food Drive” and then the “Make a Donation” button. Online donations are being accepted now through December 1, with 100% of all cash donations to go toward the purchase of basic bulk food staples.
Volunteers will be at 14 area Fiesta Marts (locations listed below) to accept food and cash donations Thursday November 29, and Friday November 30, noon to 8 p.m., and on Saturday December 1, and Sunday December 2, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

711 Airline, Houston 77022
6200 Bellaire, Houston 77081
7510 Bellfort, Houston 77061
12201 East Freeway, Houston 77015
1175 Edgebrook, Houston 77034
8320 FM 1960, Houston77070
11240 Fondren, Houston 77096
10401 Jensen, Houston 77093
8130 Kirby, Houston 77054
5600 Mykawa, Houston 77033
2300 North Shepherd, Houston 77008
4200 San Jacinto, Houston 77004
800 South Wayside, Houston 77023
12584 Westheimer, Houston 77077

For more information, please email

New Managing Partner Announced for The Nations Law Firm

July 28, 2010 – The Nations Law Firm is pleased to announce that Cindy L. Nations has become the firm’s new managing partner effective July 28th, 2010.

Cindy Nations received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The University of Texas at Austin, graduating with honors and with special honors in psychology.

Ms. Nations has fourteen years of experience in community mental health. She also worked in law firms for nine years before becoming an attorney. Ms. Nations spent several years living and working in Mexico where she mastered the Spanish language, and gained an understanding of Mexican culture.

Entering the University of Texas Law School, her studies focused on various types of litigation. While in school, she participated in a five-month clinic where she represented state hospital patients in mental health commitment hearings. Cindy Nations received her Doctor of Jurisprudence from The University of Texas Law School and is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.

Ms. Nations has worked on cases in the areas of product liability, wrongful death, medical malpractice, breach of contract, qui tam, securities fraud and various types of personal injury. Her current practice focuses primarily on catastrophic injury, wrongful death, and pharmaceutical litigation. Ms. Nations has also written numerous legal articles covering a wide range of topics for use in CLE programs across the country and for TRIAL Magazine.