Eric T. Furey joined Gilbert & Furey in 2004. When his partner Justin Gilbert was elected to office in 2018, Mr. Furey began Furey Law Firm. His career has included the prosecution and the defense of varied cases from initial investigation to first-chair trial. Mr. Furey practices in diverse subject areas of litigation including environmental law, toxic torts, and personal injuries. He has experience handling business and commercial transactions, including corporate securities transactions (tender offers, stock purchases and sales, etc.), as well as business and estate planning, real estate, maritime law, and family law matters. Mr. Furey received his B.A. from George Mason University in 1984 and his J.D. from the University to Houston in 1987, where he was honored for academic achievement as a member of the Order of the Barons. He served as Research Editor for the Houston Law Review from 1986-1987. Mr. Furey is the author of Republic bank Dallas v. Interkal: Interpreting Mechanics’ and Material men’s Liens in Texas, published in the Houston Law Review (24 Hou. L. Rev. 399 (1987)); and co-author of “Renouncing the Rule of Limited Liability: Shareholder Liability under CERCLA, published in the Corporate Counsel Review (9 Corp. Couns. Rev. 71 (1990)).
Mr. Furey is a member of the State Bar of Texas, and is admitted to practice before all Texas state courts and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Eric is a member of the Brazoria County Bar Association.
Eric lives in Pearland, Texas.