Jay Pattumudi


Contact Information

Phone: 212.213.3853
Email: jpattumudi@aboutiplaw.com


Fordham University, Bachelor of Science in Biology,1994
Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences of New York Medical College, Master of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,1998
University of Wisconsin Law School at Madison, Wisconsin, Juris Doctor, 2002


Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2002
New York Bar, 2003
Florida Bar, 2005
New Jersey Bar, 2009


Attorney Pattumudi is an experienced patent attorney having a graduate degree in biochemistry and molecular biology. His experience includes drafting patent applications as well as prosecuting those applications in such technological fields including biotechnology, chemical and pharmaceutical areas, mechanical matters, medical devices, and materials science. In addition, he has drafted opinions relating to non-infringement and invalidity in many of those fields. He has worked for a large general practice firm as well as patent boutique firms, including a life sciences patent boutique firm. Pattumudi has represented large companies, university start-ups, clients of foreign firms, and individuals.


Inherent obviousness necessitates specific motivation to modify lead compound in pharma process due to surprising, unexpected results, IPWatchdog®, August 10, 2017.

Enhancing the Quality of your Client’s Global Patent Portfolio by use of Collaborative Search Programs, Bruzga & Associates Firm Newsletter, 2015

The Scope of Prior Art under AIA—What Scientists and Corporate Executives Need to Know about America Invents Act Provisions, Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 2013

America Invents Act, Bruzga & Associates Firm Newsletter, 2011

Making Medical Treatment Claims Patent-Eligible Subject Matter after Prometheus v. Mayo: A Prescription for Success, Bio-IT World, April 2011.

Co-author, with Christopher Paradies, Ph.D., “What Measures are Reasonable for Protecting Your Client’s Secrets,” Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer (Vol. 16, No. 7, April 2006).