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Mark S.Furman

Board of Directors MemberMark

Mark Furman is a dedicated member of the JNF Board of Directors.

He has been involved for many years, serving as the chair of the 31 Days in May Campaign, raising money for Israel’s water shortage as well as our annual Green Sunday telethon, Golf tournament committee and other leadership roles.  His passion for Israel and commitment to JNF does not go unnoticed. 

Currently, Mark serves as the General Campaign Chair, which raises gifts ranging $1000 through $4999, which is commonly referred to as JNF’s backbone.

Mark is Chair of Tarlow, Breed, Hart & Rogers, P.C.’s Litigation Department.  He has over 30 years of experience representing clients in businesses and other civil liberties disputes. 

Mark's practice includes handling cases involving conflict among business owners, director and officer liability, contract claims, professional liability, creditors' rights, commercial

litigation, construction litigation, environmental litigation, employment litigation and insurance and bond claims. Mark has extensive experience handling trials, arbitrations and mediations. He has represented clients in numerous federal courts throughout the country. In addition to handling disputes, Mark advises numerous business clients on a wide variety of legal matters. Mark is also a member of the firm's Management Committee.

He graduated magna cum laude from University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a B.A. in 1973, and then from Boston College Law School, cum laude, with his J.D. in 1977.  Since then he has been named a 'Massachusetts Super Lawyer' by Boston Magazine for the past five years, and has been published in The Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts and Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

Chairman of the Board Jeffrey Davis shared, “Mark is an integral member of our Board. We can always count on his leadership at our Golf Tournaments, Green Sunday phone-a-thons and 31 Days in May fundraisers. Mark is a perfect example of why the New England Board of JNF is so effective.”

Mark resides in Needham with his wife, artist Amy Furman. They have two children, Matthew and Alexandra.


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