PROFILE: Barry Zuckerkorn
Barry has a high profile client, the Bluth family. He’s very good.
Barry Zuckerkorn knows it’s no easy task defending Balboa’s most notorious company defrauder, George Bluth, Sr. Thusfar, Zuckerkorn has been able to win minor victories, such as getting Bluth out for a day to participiate in the Newport Beach tradition, the Living Classics Pageant, although the family had to forfeit the $20,000 bond Zuckerkorn erroneous claimed to be refundable.
Meanwhile, Zuckerkorn lost an employment discrimination suit brought against him by his office assistant, James Alan Spangler, costing him $300,000.
When he’s not defending criminals, Barry cruises the streets of the City of Industry, getting troubled young women (or men dressed as women) off the streets. These young women treat Barry like a father.