1850 M Street, NW
Jeffrey Squires and his firm focus on business
litigation and business transactions.
The firm’s primary practice areas – a product of
his experience of over 30 years and work he is doing for
his current clientele – include litigation of business
and commercial disputes resulting from corporate
transactions; investment disputes between brokers and
their customers; disputes involving intellectual
property (principally copyright and trademarks); and a
full range of issues faced by business entities,
including contract and competition-related disputes and
He has represented publicly-held companies and
closely-held businesses, as well as not-for-profit
entities, and has occasionally represented individuals
with claims arising from their business activities or
Mr. Squires has also represented business clients in
international settings, in several Latin American
countries (Mexico, Costa Rica, Argentina), the United
Kingdom, and several Western and Central European
He has represented companies in Asia in international
trade matters before agencies within the U.S. Commerce
Department and the International Trade Commission.
And he has recently worked to form companies,
with local counsel, in places ranging from England to
Costa Rica to Ukraine.
The practice areas in which
Jeffrey Squires and SquiresLaw concentrate, and his
experience, are described in the following Firm Practice
and Bio sections.
He welcomes clients with
interesting and important legal problems and business
needs, and invites your communications.
Please contact him by
telephone or e-mail, as provided in the Contact section.
If there is a common thread to the practice of
SquiresLaw, it is to represent clients who have more
than run-of-the-mill legal needs.
Jeff Squires looks for clients with business
issues that require legal experience and a
He takes pride in finding ways to help his
clients reach their goals and at the same time, if at
all possible, avoid prolonged and expensive litigation.