Jeremy J. Monaldo
Jeremy J. Monaldo is a Principal in Fish & Richardson’s Washington, D.C.*, office. His practice supports contentious inter and ex parte post-grant work, and patent prosecution. In particular, Mr. Monaldo’s practice emphasizes prosecuting patent applications, reexamination requests and post-grant petitions, and patent-related opinions in the electrical and computer arts. Mr. Monaldo has been named as counsel in more than 80 IPR proceedings and has been involved in counseling on IPR strategy in numerous other matters, including several presently ongoing matters that may result in IPR petitions being filed. In addition, Mr. Monaldo has been involved in over twenty reexamination proceedings before the USPTO, often with co-pending litigation.
In addition, he has experience as an Electrical Engineer with the National Institutes of Health (2003). Mr. Monaldo was an Undergraduate Teaching Fellow for the University of Maryland for a course in C programming (2000-2001).
*Admitted only in Maryland. Not admitted to practice in D.C. Work conducted in D.C. is directly supervised by a member of the D.C. Bar.
J.D. with highest honors, Order of the Coif, George Washington University Law School (2006) Member, The George Washington Law Review
B.S. summa cum laude, Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland (2002)
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2006
- Maryland 2007
- District of Columbia 2017
- Named a “Top PTAB Practitioner” by Managing Intellectual Property (2017-2018)
- “Changes to PTAB’s Interpretation Standard Have Many Uncertain on Post-Grant Filings,” Metropolitan Corporate Counsel (November 28, 2015)
- Quoted, “3 Takeaways from PTAB’s Revised Procedures,” Law360 (September 21, 2018)