Jamie Raju focuses on intellectual property law across a variety of technical fields with a particular emphasis in precision medicine, digital health, computational biology, bioinformatics, medical devices, AI and deep learning, cloud computing, data storage and management, software, robotics, electromechanical devices, and manufacturing. Jamie uses her electrical engineering background combined with her two years of medical school training and medical research experience to help clients navigate the preparation and prosecution of patent applications based on highly technical and complex inventions.
Further, with a unique perspective formed by her many years of patent prosecution experience both before and after law school, Jamie also assists clients with a variety of patent litigation matters and inter partes review matters.
- Recognized as a "Legal Lion" by Law360 for a defense victory in an intellectual property trial in the Eastern District of Texas, 2019
Professional and Community Activities
- The Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn American Inn of Court, Pupil, 2015-2016
- Dallas Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section
J.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, 2017, cum laude
B.S.E.E., Tulane University, 2004, magna cum laude, C.W. Ricker Award (highest scholastic achievement in electrical engineering)
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
David McCombs, Vincent Shier, Eugene Goryunov, Dina Blikshteyn, Jamie Raju, and Brooke Cohen authored an article in Med Device Online. Read an excerpt below: In an attempt to formalize the law on patent eligibility under 35 U.S.C. § 101, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two major decisions outlining a two-part test: Mayo v. Prometheus and Alice v. CLS Bank. Instead of bringing clarity, however, May [...]