Christopher T. Furey



Chris Furey is a dedicated legal professional with extensive experience practicing law in the areas of energy, real estate, and general business issues. He possesses a unique and effective skill set that delivers results that apply to both legal and business operations.

Specifically, Chris has a great deal of experience analyzing and working with clients regarding details of Ohio’s Dormant Minerals Act, as well as the Ohio Marketable Title Act.

Previously an attorney and project manager with Orange Energy Corporation, Chris’ past experience relates to oil and gas development in the Appalachian region. He has overseen all land and legal issues related to a significant number of oil and gas projects in Southeast Ohio and has negotiated, facilitated and managed the drafting of all related real estate and business transactions. Chris has worked with landowners and possesses a deep understanding of the assessed costs and economic value of oil and gas leases for acquisition purposes.

He also provides trustworthy advice regarding residential and commercial real estate developing, corporate and real estate transactions, contract negotiation, project management and business development.

Professional & Community Activities
  • Member, American Association of Professional Landmen
  • Member, American Association of Professional Landmen, Michael Late Benedum Chapter
  • Member, Northern Appalachian Landman's Association
Bar Admissions & Activities
  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2011
  • Member, Ohio State Bar Association
  • Capital University Law School (J.D., summa cum laude), 2011; Staff member and Associate Notes Editor, Capital University Law Review
  • Notre Dame College (B.A. in History), 2008
Insights & Resources
Upcoming Events
Speaking Engagements

When: Friday, September 22, 2017 at 9:00 AM to 12:15 PM

Where: Columbus Bar Association

Who: Aaron M. Bruggeman, Jennifer A. Flint, Christopher T. Furey, Daniel Gerken, Doug Shevelow, P.E., Craig E. Sweeney