Steven Fairchild graduated from Georgetown Law in 2006 and subsequently moved to New York City. There, he worked for a number of years in large firms (Morgan & Finnegan and Loeb & Loeb), mostly on complex patent litigation cases. After having gained the experience with corporate law firms, Steve ventured on his own and branched out into other areas of intellectual property, in addition to handling other civil litigation matters.
Mr. Fairchild is a registered attorney in good standing with the States of New York and New Jersey, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the Southern District of New York, and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Here is what clients say about working with Steven:
"Steven has made time to answer any questions that I had along the way and has fought and rooted for my patent and my product since we met. He is passionate about his work and his clients." Kim V., Brooklyn NY.
"My team was sued by someone who tried to take away our ability to travel the country to visit the children. It was a copyright infringement case that Steven took on with a vengeance! His knowledge of due process and copyright law helped greatly to win and get this book back on the market." Mark Peterson
“First thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”
-Dick the Butcher, HENRY VI, Part 2, by William Shakespeare
If Shakespeare had known Steve Fairchild, he might never have written this line.
Steve is intelligent, thoughtful, competent, thorough, kind, courteous, sincere, patient, and loyal. He has an integrity of the highest degree.
He treats both the officers of the court and his opponents with respect and courtesy, even if it is not reciprocated."
Stephen Iannacchione Wilde
Niche Music Group, LLC
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- Q. Can I register my brand and my product under the same trademark? Just an example" Diamond Fuel by Herballlove"
- A: Nope, your brand and your product are two separate trademarks and would need two separate trademark registrations.
- Q. Hello, I would like to know if its possible to claim a inanimate object such as air?
- A: You cannot claim something natural. It has to be manmade. You can claim a machine or device that uses air. For instance, a hot air balloon.
- Q. can i use a patented tool?
- A: Short answer - it depends. As a patent attorney, I would want to look at what actually is claimed in the patent vis-a-vis your product. But if it's a case of clear infringement, it might be best to ask the patentee for a license.