William Morfey’s practice includes a broad range of commercial litigation and trial work, including contract disputes, business torts, construction litigation, and securities arbitration. Mr. Morfey constantly strives to obtain practical solutions to his client's legal issues while remaining a tenacious advocate. He has handled a number of complex business litigation cases involving issues ranging from partnership disputes and recovery of fraudulently transferred assets to piercing the corporate veil and real estate fraud.
Mr. Morfey's litigation work on both the plaintiff and defense sides have allowed him to achieve a full understanding of the dynamics of commercial litigation and have encouraged him to think "outside the box" in developing a litigation strategy for his cases.
Mr. Morfey served as Assistant Articles Editor of the South Texas Law Review.
- University of Illinois; B.A., 1997
- South Texas College of Law, J.D., 2001
- State Bar of Texas
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
Professional and Community Affiliations
- 2008 Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star
- 2007 Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star
- American Bar Association Advisory Panel
- American Association for Justice
- Chairman; Foundation Performance Association Subcommittee on Standard of Care
- President; Timbergrove Manor Civic Club
- Director; Foundation Performance Association (2012) President; Timbergrove Manor Civic Club