Frederick P. Furth, Esq.
Frederick Furth is founder and partner of The Furth Firm LLP, a nationally known San Francisco firm specializing in antitrust and business litigation since 1966. He has been lead counsel in various multi-district litigation and national antitrust class actions.
Prior to establishing the firm in 1966, Mr. Furth worked in the Antitrust Division at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.; was a former associate at Cahill, Gordon, Reindel & Ohl, in New York City; served as counsel for the Kellogg Company in Michigan and was an associate for then-Mayor of San Francisco Joseph L. Alioto in California.
He is Chairman of the Furth Family Foundation. He is founder (1992) and was Chairman of International Judicial Conference, a conference of Supreme Court Justices from around the world and was profiled in Time Magazine’s "Are Lawyers Running America?" Mr. Furth has been published in the DePaul Law Review and the University of Pittsburgh Law Review.
Mr. Furth holds a bachelor’s degree in economics, accounting and law from the University of Michigan. He also participated in a summer honors program at the Free University of Berlin, Germany.