Ury Fischer | Lott & Fischer
Ury Fischer is a founding partner of Lott & Fischer. Mr. Fischer dedicates his practice to patent and trademark procurement and intellectual property litigation, including trade secrets. Mr. Fischer’s patent procurement practice concentrates in the areas of mechanical and electrical arts, software, and business methods. Mr. Fischer has represented a diverse group of U.S. and foreign-based clients in trade secret, patent, trademark, copyright and computer law litigation matters.
Prior to commencing his legal career in 1996, Mr. Fischer served as Chief of Engineering by a Florida-based independent aeronautical engineering firm. In that capacity, Mr. Fischer coordinated technical and regulatory aspects of complex engineering projects for various mid-sized airlines, including the supervision, design and implementation of aircraft fleet electronic retrofitting programs. Mr. Fischer is fluent in written and spoken Spanish and, in addition to domestic clients, serves a large number of South American, Central American and Caribbean Basin clients.
Giulia Farrior | Lott & Fischer
Giulia Farrior is an associate attorney at Lott & Fischer. Ms. Farrior graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Law, cum laude. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While in law school, Ms. Farrior became a research assistant to the Director of the Intellectual Property Law Program. Through this position, she performed research on various topics within the field of intellectual property law, including for a law review article that analyzed the ownership of data in implantable medical devices.
Prior to joining Lott & Fischer, Ms. Farrior co-authored an article focusing on U.S. trade secret law and extraterritoriality. The article titled, “Revisiting Trade Secret Extraterritoriality,” has been published in the Summer 2019 edition of Boston University’s Journal of Science & Technology Law. It has also been included in Thomson Reuters’ Intellectual Property Law Review 2020 as one of the best law review articles related to intellectual property published within the last year.