Aileen Fair is a member of the firm's litigation department, where she represents clients in all aspects of general commercial litigation. Her primary areas of practice include consumer class actions, false advertising, healthcare fraud, and False Claims Act litigation. In addition, Ms. Fair shares the firm's commitment to pro bono service, with a particular interest in defending the rights of workers and immigrants.

Representative Matters

Secured dismissal of a federal False Claims Act action against a major pharmaceutical manufacturer involving off-label promotion of a pharmaceutical product.

Represented a major medical device company in a federal False Claims Act action related to federal procurement contracts.

Represented a major pharmaceutical company in connection with multiple actions relating to the pricing of its products.

Pro Bono
Obtained asylum for a man from Mexico facing potential deportation.

Represented five restaurant delivery workers in federal litigation for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law.


  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
  • New York

Professional Activities

Member, New York County Lawyers Association Ethics Committee

The 2012 Bert W. Levit Essay Award, for excellence in writing regarding legal ethics, presented by the American Bar Association and Long and Levit LLP.

The 2010 Larry M. Simonsmeier Award, for the best published article of 2009, presented by the American Society for Pharmacy Law.

The 2009 Robert C. Watson Award, for the best article written by a law student, presented by the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA).


  • "Compulsory Licensing of Patented Pharmaceuticals: Why a WTO Administrative Body Should Determine What Constitutes a Public Health Crisis under the Doha Declaration," 10 Wake Forest Intell. Prop. L. J. 69 (2009)