Barry A. Furman, Of Counsel
Fineman Krekstein & Harris P.C.
Barry A. Furman is Of Counsel to Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C., with over 30 years’ experience representing a wide range of business clients in corporate, taxation, healthcare, employment, and real estate law, estate planning and administration. Prior to entering private practice, Barry served as law clerk to a United States Judge and was Senior Trial Attorney with the Chief Counsel’s Office, IRS. The Chief Counsel awarded several merit awards to Barry and he has received an esteem rating in competence and ethics by his peers. Barry has vast experience advising clients on the pros and cons of engaging independent contractors and avoiding misclassification.
William D. Taylor, Partner
Hanson Bridgett LLP
Bill Taylor maintains both a transactional and litigation business practice and represents all types of business ventures, both publicly and privately owned. Bill has significant experience in all aspects of the transportation industry nationally and globally. He is well-versed in all areas of domestic and international logistics law and policy. He regularly consults with clients regarding co-employer claims related to independent contractor relations including restructuring and/or creating operating entities within the so-called “Broker Model.” Bill is the head of Hanson Bridgett’s Transportation and Logistics Practice Group and, among other accolades, serves as an appointed member of the Editorial Board for Transportation Law 360.
Jonathan L. Sulds, Shareholder
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Jon’s record of consistently achieving client objectives in his labor and employment practice has earned him a spot in Lawdragon’s Hall of Fame, designation as a Benchmark Litigation Labor & Employment Star, and repeated listings in Chambers, Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, and The Legal 500. In the independent contractor/worker misclassification realm, his notable published victories include Hertz v. C’mmr of Labor, 2 N.Y. 3d 733(unemployment), Montesano v. Xerox, etc, 265 F.3d. 86 (ERISA), and Davenport v. Harry N. Abrams, 249 F.3d 130 (ERISA). A cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School, Jon is a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig LLP; from 2010-2018, Jon co-chaired the firm’s Global Labor and Employment Practice which was twice named a Law360 Group of the year during his tenure.