Alfred C. Frawley, III has over thirty years of experience in a wide range of legal fields, with particular concentration in technology and intellectual property law.
Mr. Frawley‘s clients include international and national businesses who seek legal advice on intellectual property, technology, licensing, branding and business strategy. As one of Maine’s most experienced attorneys in intellectual property, antitrust, and trade regulation, he is recognized for his ability to analyze, negotiate and resolve complex legal problems before litigation becomes necessary. He has been recognized for years as a leading Intellectual Property litigator by Chambers USA®, as well as for his IP work in Best Lawyers in America® and is a frequent speaker on trademark and technology issues.
Frawley practiced with the Washington, D.C., law firm of Howrey & Simon, where he focused on complex antitrust and trade regulation cases, and also at the firm of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth in Washington, where he represented broadcast media clients in a wide range of Federal Communications Commission issues. Since 1982, he has practiced in Maine as a partner at both Brann & Isaacson, in Lewiston and Preti Flaherty. He has appeared in Federal and State courts throughout the United States.
A native of Bangor, Fred received his bachelor’s degree cum laude from Dartmouth College and his law degree cum laude from the University Of Maine School Of Law. He also obtained a Master’s of Law in Taxation (LLM) from the Georgetown University Law Center.