Grable Martin Fulton, PLLC
2800 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 4100
Houston, Texas 77056
Joseph Tung is passionate about representing his clients. He
believes entrepreneurs and businesses should have the best
possible representation without having to bet the business on
legal fees when faced with opportunities and challenges alike.
His experience has molded his approach to the practice of law
where solutions are preferable over conflict and listening is more
important than arguing. His core value of concierge service for
owners and investors in a start-up, growth, pivot, or exit phase is
a perfect fit with the firn and and he is thrilled to be the Director
of the Houston office of Grable Martin Fulton PLLC.
Joseph comes to the firm from his solo practice where for ten
years he offered general counsel services to a variety of
businesses and investors in many industries ranging
from technology to construction, oil and gas,
telecommunications, real estate, professional and hospitality
services, retail, and franchises. His practice areas include
corporate, transactional, employment, litigation, intellectual
property, and real estate law.
Prior to starting his own practice, Joseph was Senior Legal
Counsel for Schlumberger, where he was responsible for the
Gulf Coast, Northeast, and Integrated Project Management
business units. He started as Legal Counsel for the Engineering,
Manufacturing, and Sustaining segment and supported
Schlumberger’s intellectual property legal department.
Prior to Schlumberger, Joseph was an associate attorney with the
Chicago-based law firm of Seyfarth Shaw, LLP and the Houston-
based law firm of Porter Hedges, LLP. Upon graduating law
school, he was a financial analyst for Founder’s Equity Group and
served as a briefing attorney to Justice Tim Taft of the First Court
of Appeals. He received his law degree from Southern Methodist
University where he won numerous advocacy awards and was
named Outstanding Advocate by the International Academy of
Trial Lawyers. He received a bachelor’s degree in business
administration from the University of Texas, where he was a
member of the two-time national championship debate team.