David W. Funderburk
David Funderburk's practice focuses on civil litigation in a wide variety of areas, including construction law in which he represents contractors and subcontractors, personal injury, products liability, contract disputes, and representation of individuals, partnerships, and companies. In addition to handling litigation matters, Mr. Funderburk has assisted clients in non-litigated contract related matters and overall risk management for businesses. The majority of his docket has been in the state and federal courts in the Gulf Coast area of Texas.
Preparatory education, Baylor University (B.B.A., 1987); Legal education, South Texas College of Law (J.D., 1991)
Texas Bar in 1992
U. S. District Court
Southern District of Texas
State Bar of Texas; Houston Bar Association; American Bar Association; Houston Young Lawyers Association; Texas Association of Defense Counsel; Construction Law section of the State Bar of Texas; Houston Volunteer Lawyers Project, Inc; Martindale-Hubbell rated AV
Richard v. Cornerstone Constructors, Inc., 921 S.W.2d. 465 (Tex. App.– Houston [1st Dist.] 1996, writ denied); Burns v. Woods, 900 S.W.2d 128 (Tex. App.--Waco 1995, writ denied).
"You can't handle the Truth: Lessons Learned & How to Navigate Through Litigation", Forensic Experts Association, February, 2015.
National Environmental Balancing Bureau Annual Meeting, presenter 2009
Texas Chapter National Environmental Balancing Bureau, speaker 2005, 2006
Texas Association of Healthcare Facilities Management Indoor Air Quality, speaker 2005