Frederick P. Furth

Born in Harvey, Illinois; University of Michigan (B.A., Economics & Accounting); University of Michigan (L.L.B.); University of Berlin, Germany. Summer Honors Program, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. Former associate, Cahill, Gordon, Reindel & Ohl, New York City; Counsel, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan. Former associate, Joseph L. Alioto, San Francisco, California. Founded the firm in 1966. Author, "The Anatomy of a Seventy Million Dollar Sherman Act Settlement," 23 DePaul Law Review 865 (1974); "A Plaintiff Lawyer's Views," University of Pittsburgh Law Review 636 (1975); Private Antitrust Practice, Practicing Law Institute (1980; co-author with Robert L. Bluemle). Founder (1992) and Chairman, International Judicial Conference, an annual conference of Supreme Court Justices from around the world. Member, Board of Directors, Robert Half International; Member, Board of Directors, IFES, a Washington, D.C.-based NGO; Chairman, Furth Family Foundation; Chairman and Proprietor, Chalk Hill Winery. Lead counsel in various multi-district litigation national antitrust class actions. Profiled in Time Magazine: "Are Lawyers Running America?" July 17, 2000. E-mail: fpfurth@furth.com



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