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John A Squires Has Joined Chadbourne & Parke As Partner

27 November 2012

John A Squires Has Joined Chadbourne & Parke As Partner
John A Squires has joined Chadbourne & Parke’s New York office as a partner in the intellectual property practice where, with partner Walter G Hanchuk, he will co-chair the firm’s IP practice. His arrival at the firm is expected to strengthen the practice’s international expansion. Prior to joining Chadbourne, Squires was chief intellectual property counsel for Goldman Sachs & Co in New York.

“John is a high-profile intellectual property lawyer who will play a vital part in one of the firm’s major objectives, which is to continue to grow an international, full-service intellectual property practice,” said Chadbourne managing partner Charles K O’Neill. “This move demonstrates our continued commitment to build the IP practice as we move forward.”

Squires founded the patent practice at Goldman Sachs nine years ago. During his tenure, he broadened the legal discipline globally to encompass branding and trademark issues, operational and technology matters, and licensing transactions and investment due diligence. Before joining Goldman Sachs, Squires was general counsel and chief intellectual property counsel for Honeywell and worked as an associate and senior associate for the intellectual property group at Rogers & Wells.