Squire Sanders (US) LLP
Squire Sanders’ Washington DC office assists clients in their dealings with the federal government. Many of our lawyers hail from the ranks of the government, having served in varying capacities in the White House, the Office of Management and Budget and the US Trade Representative; Executive Branch agencies such as the Departments of Justice and State; independent regulatory agencies such as the Federal Communications Commission, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Federal Trade Commission; and Congress.
In recent years the Washington DC metropolitan area has become an international business center. Through our local capabilities and our global network of offices we can service our clients’ needs anywhere in the world. Our international capabilities are reflected in the diverse nature of our clients, the transactions in which we participate, and the languages we speak.
Our Washington DC office boasts industry expertise in the energy, aviation, healthcare, insurance and communications sectors. We also assist our clients in antitrust, trade, export control and government contracts matters, handling the full range of issues that arise. Our trial lawyers are regularly engaged in commercial litigation, intellectual property disputes, white collar crime investigations and defense, class action defense, product liability and constitutional issues before federal, state and local courts and domestic and international arbitration panels.
Our Washington DC office is home to Squire Sanders Public Advocacy, LLC, our federal legislative lobbying and public policy consulting services which offers decades of experience and relationships on Capitol Hill and in the Executive Branch. Our experience includes public service, elected and appointed, at the state and federal levels, both within and outside the United States. We pride ourselves on results and a practical and balanced political approach to achieving our clients’ goals.
As residents of our nation’s capital we are proud to have assisted in the financing of many of our community’s newest landmarks including the Washington Nationals Baseball Stadium, the DC Convention Center, the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles International Airport and the newly planned National Museum of Music.