Marshall Searcy has been trying complex cases for over 20 years, in a wide variety of fields. His work has included intellectual property and unfair competition cases, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Searcy's patent cases have involved a wide range of technologies, from mobile phones to automobile antitheft devices to nutritional supplements. His antitrust cases have been equally diverse, including claims brought in areas of natural gas trading, plastic bottle sales and wholesale petroleum pricing. Mr. Searcy has also represented plaintiffs and defendants in securities litigation. He has recently represented the Federal Housing Finance Agency and Mass Mutual in claims involving residential mortgage-backed securities. Mr. Searcy also represents the Quileute Indian Tribe in its ongoing efforts to preserve its cultural heritage. Mr. Searcy has tried cases in California, Massachusetts and Arizona courts and before the International Trade Commission.