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Quarles Denver Office Adds Intellectual Property Litigator Matthew Holohan as Partner


(Denver) — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Matthew Holohan has joined the firm’s Denver office as a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group. He was previously at an intellectual property (IP) firm in Denver.

Holohan counsels clients through complex IP disputes in both state and federal court. Representing national and international companies, he works to resolve a variety of IP disputes and related IP strategy issues. Holohan has a background in physics and experience representing companies in a wide range of technologies, including electrical engineering, computer hardware and software, telecommunications, networking, mechanical devices and consumer products.

“Matt is a seasoned intellectual property litigator and has successfully represented clients ranging from solo practices and startups to Fortune 500 companies,” said Lori Ruhly, Intellectual Property national chair. “He is a fantastic addition to our Denver office and highlights our continued growth in Colorado.”

Holohan has been named to Best Lawyers in America (Intellectual Property Litigation and Patent Law) each year since 2022, a Colorado Super Lawyer since 2022 and was listed to the IAM Patent 1000 in 2023. He received his J.D. and B.A. from the University of California – Berkeley.

“Quarles has a nationally recognized and deep intellectual property team with experience across many industries and capabilities,” said Holohan. “I know my patent and litigation experience will benefit the team and I look forward to collaborating with my new colleagues to help our clients achieve their business goals.”

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