team member

Jitesh Kumar

Managing Associate

Jitesh has over 14 years of post-qualification experience in the field of intellectual property rights that includes handling patent prosecution and opposition matters, providing opinions on patentability as well as carrying out patent searches and technology assessments.

Adept at analysing complex patent matters in a techno-legal framework, he has successfully prosecuted several hundred patent applications, a significant number of which faced objections under Section 3(d) of the Indian Patents Act. He has been involved in over two dozen pre-grant and post-grant patent oppositions and effectively argued complicated pharmaceutical matters facing multiple oppositions. He has also appeared and argued before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB).

His experience is a well rounded one complemented by attending several IP conferences including the AIPPI and Pharma IPR conferences.

Jitesh worked as a ‘general science’ and ‘chemistry’ teacher before pursuing a fulltime degree in law. He is still ready to field any question you ask – making it a point to remain abreast of developments in IP law and recent case decisions.

Practice Areas



Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, LL.B.


When he is not at his desk, you can catch Jitesh reading. Or he is likely traveling.



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