Carl I. Brundidge



Carl Brundidge is a founding partner of Brundidge & Stanger, P.C., and was a shareholder (partner) at Mattingly, Stanger, Malur & Brundidge, P.C., the predecessor firm of Brundidge & Stanger, P.C.

Mr. Brundidge has extensive experience in Corporate, Contract and Intellectual Property Law matters.

Regarding Corporate and Contract Law matters, Mr. Brundidge’s practice includes handling the corporate and contractual legal needs of small, medium and large emerging growth companies and high net worth individuals in the areas of corporate liability and finance, transactions and counseling on business decisions and litigation, arbitration and mediation matters.  Mr. Brundidge provides advice to corporations and their officers, directors, and controlling shareholders and high net worth individuals with respect to the formation, governance, and day-to-day legal problems of entities and contemplated ventures.

Regarding Intellectual Property Law matters, Mr. Brundidge’s practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law including patent procurement, including patent application preparation and prosecution, patent enforcement, whether before the courts or the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and licensing. Mr. Brundidge has handled matters in a wide range of technologies such as computer hardware, computer systems, storage systems, software applications, and telecommunications, including packet switching and wireless networks.

Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Brundidge was a member of the patent staff at the RCA Corporation, and later worked as a senior staff patent attorney at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.


  • Virginia
  • Illinois
  • District of Columbia
  • United States Patent and Trademark Office
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • United States District Court Northern District of California


  • The George Washington University National Law Center (now The George Washington University Law School) (J.D., 1982)
  • Kettering University (B.M.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, 1978)


  • American Bar Association
  • National Bar Association
  • American Intellectual Property Law Association
  • National Intellectual Property Law Association


  • Software Protection: Trade Secret, Copyright and Patent, Johns Hopkins University McClure Center Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 3.
  • Shareware, Freeware and Public Domain Software, Johns Hopkins University McClure Center Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 1.
  • Duty of Disclosure Under the New Rules of Practice, a paper presented at the Annual Convention of the National Bar Association.