Alfred R. Fabricant (Fred) is an experienced first chair trial lawyer who focuses his practice on patent infringement cases. Fred tried his first case in the Eastern District before Judge Ward in 2006.
Fred has litigated patent cases in district courts throughout the United States for both patent owners and defendants. His cases have involved a large variety of technologies including automotive, semiconductor, audio processing, GPS tracking, LED lighting and displays, smartphone handsets, medical devices, copy protection and anti-piracy technology, NFC, robotic systems, memory and storage devices, software, and internet-related method and system patents, According to “The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners” published by the IAM1000: “clients& say they cannot imagine working with anyone better, hailing (Fabricant’s) outstanding skills of presentation and persuasion in the courtroom.”
Fred has represented clients in patent matters before the International Trade Commission and has also appeared in more than 100 inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeals Board. Fred has argued numerous appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
In addition to his litigation experience, Fred also specializes in IP due diligence and strategies for the management and monetization of IP portfolios, a topic on which he has lectured extensively over the past decade. He advises clients on portfolio acquisitions and development, licensing and enforcement strategies, and litigation financing options.
In 2020, Fred left Big Law and founded Fabricant LLP. Over the past 2 years the firm has grown rapidly.