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Furey, Michael E. - Norristown, PA

1043 S. Park Ave.Norristown, PA 19403

Updated: 01/30/2018

Norristown Business & Commercial Law Lawyer

Overview

After his clerkship with the Honorable William W. Vogel in the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas and serving as Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County, Mike Furey entered the private practice of law in 1986. He has appeared before the Pennsylvania County Courts of Common Pleas and the Pennsylvania Superior Court.  Mike has briefed and argued a number of zoning cases before the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. He also litigates...

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