Hilary Fallow assists the attorneys and clients at McBee, Moore, & Vanik as a paralegal. She files new patent applications and is responsible for all aspects of patent prosecution in addition to coordinating the firm’s litigation filings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Hilary is highly organized and detail-oriented and strives to enhance efficiency. An expert at navigating the USPTO website, Hilary also has experience with PTAB web filings, deposition preparation, and compiling exhibits.
A creative multi-potentialite, Hilary’s unique and diverse experience includes event planning, management, and clerking for an Administrative Judge at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She has traveled extensively and apprenticed as a chef, competing in the 46th Annual Concorso Chicco d’Oro, an international risotto competition held in Isola della Scala, Italy, where she was the first woman ever to compete. Her passion for adventure fuels an internal positive energy that she devotes to all undertakings. In the realm of patent law, this translates into dedicated customer service, diligent research, and a fearless approach to learning. Outgoing and innovative, Hilary has excellent technical skills and adapts easily to the firm’s remote work environment.
Hilary lives in Maryland with her family and enjoys time spent outdoors. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
- The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, Washington, DC Juris Doctor
- University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL Bachelor of the Arts
- Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Tropical Flower Garden
- Animal Welfare League
“Reforming Federal Quarantine Law in the Wake of Andrew Speaker: The Tuburculosis Traveler,” J. Contemporary Health Law and Policy, (2009), Vol. 25, No. 1: 83-106.