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Jed Ferdinand, Esq.
Senior Managing Partner
Jed, the firm’s founder, is a leading authority in the areas of intellectual property, licensing, valuation and entrepreneurship, and these specialties form the core of his legal practice, his work as a valuation expert and his role as an Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School in New York.
David H. Sorblum
Founder & President
As founder and president of DHS & Company, David has over 40 years of experience in the apparel and textile industry. Prior to founding DHS & Co, David was CFO of two large apparel companies where he consistently increased profitability during his tenure. He also serves as the treasurer for the Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute (PSI). In...
David specializes in C-suite to VP level searches for startups and public companies focusing on fashion, beauty, retail, and general consumer.
After growing up in London and San Francisco, David’s career started in retail with renowned brands such as Louis Vuitton, Brooks Brothers, and Neiman Marcus before transitioning to search in 2008. Prior to True, David spent four years...
Michael is an adjunct professor at the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law and a former federal prosecutor. His father Leon Wildes is best-known for his successful representation of John Lennon in his deportation proceedings, Michael Wildes clients include First Lady Melania Trump, artists Sarah Brightman, Lionel Richie, Boy George, soccer icon Pele, master Chef Jean-Georges. He was also...
Managing Director & Head of Factoring Division
Michael serves as a Director and Board Member of the Fashion Institute of Technology (a SUNY institution) and is the Chairman of their Finance Committee. He is a member of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City’s Board of Trustees and was previously honored at their 16th Annual Accountants and Bankers...
A genuine style insider, Karen has years of experience in merchandising, marketing and public relations. As President of the Accessories Council, a non-profit national advocacy group, she represents nearly 300 dynamic companies in the fashion footwear, accessory and jewelry industry.
Beyond current members, Karen works with hundreds of brands, retailers and industry support executives. Interacting mainly with C-level...