William “Randy” Squires III2024-01-08T04:12:13+00:00

William “Randy” Squires III

(206) 652-8658

William “Randy” Squires III

Admitted in Washington and Oregon

For more than fifty years, Randy Squires has tried lawsuits in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere. His experience base is broad: a five-year apprenticeship with a pioneer construction litigation boutique (where, among other things, he built the firm’s construction labor practice); twenty years with Davis Wright Tremaine, a large regional, now national firm, the last ten as chair of the firm’s Litigation Group; and nearly ten years as a founding member and CEO of the innovative Summit Law Group. Randy’s effectiveness has been recognized by his 1998 induction into the American College of Trial Lawyers; his inclusion in Best Lawyers (including his listing, as an employment lawyer, in that publication’s inaugural 1983 edition); and his inclusion in each edition of Chambers’ compilation of America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Randy has been selected to Super Lawyers in Washington each year since Washington Law & Politics began sponsoring its listing in 2000.

Randy’s extensive experience, both as a trial lawyer and with complex business, injury, and scientific issues, enables him to serve as a “learned counselor” and to help clients of the firm develop practical solutions to their legal and organizational problems.

Professional Associations

  • Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers


  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law

  • B.A., Economics, Stanford University

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Presentations and Publications

  • Contributor (United States) to Platto, Economic Consequences of Litigation Worldwide, Int. Bar Assn. 1999

  • Squires & Murphy, “Impact of Fast Track Construction and Construction Management on Subcontractors”, 46 J. Law & Contemp. Problems 55 (1983)

  • Squires & Locker, “New Horizons—The False Claims Act Outside of the Departments of Defense and Health and Human Services”, Nat. Institute on the Civil False Claims Act and Qui Tam Enforcement, Amer. Bar Assn., 2000

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