Albert E. Fey

Retired Partner

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  • JD, The George Washington University Law School, 1958; Member, Law Review; George Washington Law School Intellectual Property Advisory Board
  • BSME (Mechanical Engineering), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1955; Tau Beta Pi

Albert E. Fey

Retired Partner

Albert Fey was a partner in the firm's Intellectual Property Group. He retired on December 31, 2002.

Experience

Lead trial counsel in jury and bench trials for prominent companies including AT&T; Bell Labs; Lucent; Ford; General Electric; Philip Morris; NV Philips; NYNEX; Varian; Messerschmitt; Schlumberger; Becton-Dickinson; Arrow International; Essilor; Cyrix; Georgia-Pacific and Graham Engineering.

Cases in the 1990s include successfully defending AT&T in a $2.5 billion case on its ESS#5 electronic telephone switch; defending Ford in the Lemelson cases and a case on electronic engine controls; defending Symbol and Cognex in a Lemelson case tried in Las Vegas; defending Varian in a case involving nuclear magnetic resonance patents; beating Intel for Cyrix in four microprocessor cases; winning a plaintiff's jury trial for Georgia-Pacific on EIFS wallboards; and also winning a plaintiff's jury trial for Arrow International against Baxter on a catheter patent.  Won a series of plaintiff's cases for AT&T asserting its semiconductor patents against various infringers.