Thomas G. Gruenert
Thomas G. Gruenert

Thomas G. Gruenert

Of Counsel

tgruenert@gamb.com713.333.5500

2229 San Felipe Street
Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77019

713.333.5500 | tgruenert@gamb.com

Mobile: 713.503.6963

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admissions

  • Louisiana
  • Texas
  • District of Columbia

education

  • Washington and Lee School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1983; Note and Comment Editor, Washington and Lee Law Review
  • University of Montana, B.A., 1977, Political Science and History

Tom Gruenert’s practice focuses on corporate and commercial transactions, healthcare law, real estate, construction law and commercial litigation. Throughout his career, Tom has been active in bar association educational and government relations programs. He is the former chair of the Wetlands and Endangered Species Committee of the ABA Real Property Section and the former chair of the Endangered Species Committee of the ABA Section on Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law. Tom also is active in his community. At various times, he has served as a member of the Manvel Texas Code Enforcement Commission, the Manvel Texas Economic Development Board, the Board of Directors of Houston Interfaith Ministries, the Advisory Board of KPFT Radio, and the City of Bellaire, Texas, Zoning and Planning Commission.

Before joining Gordon Arata, Tom  co-founded Gibson Gruenert, PLLC in 1995, after practicing with leading corporate law firms in Texas and Louisiana. In 2015, he formed the Gruenert Law Group to provide business clients with sophisticated, detail-oriented legal services with the flexibility and affordability of a small firm. From 2016 through 2018, Tom served as the general counsel of Neighbors Health, LLC, an emergency medicine provider group and medical facility developer. Following the sale of the company, he returned to private practice.

Tom obtained his J.D. degree from the Washington and Lee School of Law where he served as a Note and Comment Editor on the Washington and Lee Law Review. He obtained his B.A. degree from the University of Montana, majoring in Political Science and History.

He and his wife, the former Nancy Hill, have three grown children and four grandchildren.

  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Former chair, Wetlands and Endangered Species Committee of the ABA Real Property Section
  • Former chair, Endangered Species Committee of the ABA Section on Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law

Tom Gruenert’s practice focuses on corporate and commercial transactions, healthcare law, real estate, construction law and commercial litigation. Throughout his career, Tom has been active in bar association educational and government relations programs. He is the former chair of the Wetlands and Endangered Species Committee of the ABA Real Property Section and the former chair of the Endangered Species Committee of the ABA Section on Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law. Tom also is active in his community. At various times, he has served as a member of the Manvel Texas Code Enforcement Commission, the Manvel Texas Economic Development Board, the Board of Directors of Houston Interfaith Ministries, the Advisory Board of KPFT Radio, and the City of Bellaire, Texas, Zoning and Planning Commission.

Before joining Gordon Arata, Tom  co-founded Gibson Gruenert, PLLC in 1995, after practicing with leading corporate law firms in Texas and Louisiana. In 2015, he formed the Gruenert Law Group to provide business clients with sophisticated, detail-oriented legal services with the flexibility and affordability of a small firm. From 2016 through 2018, Tom served as the general counsel of Neighbors Health, LLC, an emergency medicine provider group and medical facility developer. Following the sale of the company, he returned to private practice.

Tom obtained his J.D. degree from the Washington and Lee School of Law where he served as a Note and Comment Editor on the Washington and Lee Law Review. He obtained his B.A. degree from the University of Montana, majoring in Political Science and History.

He and his wife, the former Nancy Hill, have three grown children and four grandchildren.

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