Senior Associate

Phone: 703.291.8973

Email: bsquire@dbllawyers.com

Office: Leesburg

  • Mr. Squire joined Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig as a senior patent counsel with over sixteen years of intellectual property prosecution and litigation experience. His patent prosecution spans a wide array of technologies within the mechanical, electromechanical, computer, and medical device arts. His litigation experience includes disputes involving outdoor sporting goods, firearms, paper processing equipment, programmable logic controls, digital cameras, cardioplegic solutions, and thermal resistant avionics enclosures. As general counsel for an invention capital management company, Mr. Squire refined his expertise in strategic portfolio assessment and analysis for patent enforcement and technology licensing campaigns.

  • Prior to pursuing his legal career, Mr. Squire served as an aeromedical evacuation officer in the United States Army, culminating his aviation service as a Master Army Aviator. He also served as a research aviator and engineer at one of the Army’s premier Research and Development laboratories, where he supported an array of initiatives investigating novel aircraft instrument displays, tactile aircraft instrumentation systems, aircrew injury prevention, aviator performance and related flight safety measures.

  • Recently retired as a U.S. Army Reserve Colonel, he provided executive leadership for cross functional teams responsible for the planning, integration, and execution of Health Service Support and Force Health Protection mission sets in support of U.S. National Defense Strategy.

  • Intellectual Property
  • Patent Counseling
  • Patent Litigation
  • Patent Preparation
  • Patent Transactions
  • USPTO Post Grant Proceedings
  • J.D., University of Illinois College of Law
  • Marquette University – Biomedical Engineering
  • Illinois
  • Alabama
  • Georgia
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Provided executive leadership for cross functional teams responsible for the planning, integration, and execution of Health Service Support and Force Health Protection mission sets in support of U.S. National Defense Strategy.