Fredric D. Bellamy protects his clients’ legal rights and guides his clients in smartly managing their legal risks, particularly with respect to matters involving science and technology. Fredric leads the firm’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice group. He is also a member of the firm’s Litigation and Water, Energy, Resources, and Environmental Law practice groups.
Fredric focuses on helping clients in three areas:
Intellectual property (IP), including counseling clients with IP and representing them in litigation and arbitration involving copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, and Internet-related disputes, and maximizing the value of their insurance coverage. [Click here for more details.]
Complex litigation, including representing clients in science and technology-related litigation, including environmental, financial and other highly technical disputes, and maximizing the value of their insurance coverage. [Click here for more details.]
During his 30+ years practicing law, Fredric has leveraged his legal knowledge and powers of persuasion to help his clients avoid unnecessary battles and win them when they are forced to fight—all with the hope of making this science-fiction world of technology safer for businesses, governments, and individuals. Fredric also prides himself on providing practical, succinct advice in plain English to help busy business leaders and in-house counsel cost-effectively manage their legal risks.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Fredric D. Bellamy