Meet Fred Tecce

Office Managing Partner
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Are you looking to practice in a collaborative, supportive environment? Do you want to be part of a full-service practice team? Fred Tecce has been involved in hundreds of federal court matters including more than 225 Intellectual Property matters—more than 125 as lead counsel. He’s operated his own practice and worked for other firms, but found the comradery, culture and support he desired at Ice Miller.
 
“At the risk of sounding cliché, I’m honored to join Ice Miller,” said Fred. “The reputation of this firm is absolutely stellar, and I’m just flattered to be a part of it. The support I receive here—from the phone system to the computers to legal support and business development all the way up to the management team, committee and partners—it’s literally like a dream come true.”
 
Fred combines his trial experience as a former assistant U.S. attorney in the criminal division with his engineering background in representing clients in trade secret, patent and other intellectual property matters. A registered patent attorney, Fred brings to the courtroom his to-the-point communication skills honed through years of experience as a national television commentator.



In addition to his IP practice, over the years Fred handled significant general civil matters in state and federal courts across the country. He also has been involved in serious criminal defense matters, including the kidnapping and killing of a federal witness and organized crime, bank robbery and false reporting cases. He also represented parties through trial in catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases. A commercial multi-engine and instrument pilot, Fred also has represented plaintiffs in a number of significant aviation accident cases.
 
Fred serves on the faculty at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA). He is often called upon to comment on various matters and has appeared countless times on many national networks such as Bloomberg News, The Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, HLN, Fox Business and NBC’s The TODAY Show.
 

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