Shook, Hardy & Bacon is launching a Seattle office with new hire BART EPPENAUER, who will start at the firm on Dec. 1 as the office’s managing partner. Eppenauer, most recently Microsoft’s chief patent counsel, worked as an intellectual property associate at Shook Hardy in the 1990s.
Microsoft has been one of Shook Hardy’s clients since 1999, according to firm chair John Murphy. “Opening an office in Seattle has always been on our radar, not just because of our relationship with Microsoft,” Murphy says. “We’ve had a growing Pacific presence.” Murphy adds that Eppenauer is also a key hire because he has numerous contacts in the software industry beyond Microsoft.
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