The firm's practice has long included representation of both plaintiffs and defendants
in price-fixing, monopolization, restraint of trade, distribution, and Robinson-Patman Act matters.
THE FURTH FIRM LLP represents litigants in virtually all areas of business litigation. The firm has extensive trial experience in state and federal
courts, and experience before foreign and domestic arbitration panels. Such litigation and other proceedings involve the practice areas described herein,
as well as administrative law, advertising, and other contractual disputes of
Class Action Litigation
The firm has extensive experience in the representation of consumers, investors, businesses, and others in class actions involving antitrust
claims, securities fraud, consumer rights, unfair competition, and other claims.
The firm represents employees in disputes arising from the employment relationship, including litigation over wage and hour issues, covenants not to compete, employment agreements, appropriation of trade secrets, interference with contractual relations, and ERISA litigation.
Intellectual Property Litigation
THE FURTH FIRM LLP's practice includes the representation of trademark, copyright, and trade secret holders in Lanham Act suits, as well as cases involving the Uniform Trade Secrets Act. The firm has also defended clients against accusations of theft of intellectual property.
International Law and Arbitration
THE FURTH FIRM LLP has experience in matters involving international
law and international commercial arbitration. The firm, working with local counsel in
other countries, has assisted in and/or litigated a variety of international
legal proceedings, including intellectual property matters in the People's Republic of China, commercial arbitration in Italy, and antitrust matters in the U.K.
Trade Regulation and Other Regulatory Matters
THE FURTH FIRM LLP has experience representing private parties in a
broad range of litigated disputes and other matters involving federal agencies such
as the FTC, FDA, DOJ, and ICC, as well as matters involving state attorneys general
and various state agencies. These matters have pertained to advertising, food labeling,
health claims, licensing, public utility regulation, deceptive trade practices, transportation rate regulation, and unfair competition.
Significant Historical Cases
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