Mr. Marshall is a litigation and trial attorney in the Salt Lake City office who represents businesses in the software, technology, financial and technical services, and energy and natural resources industries. He distills complex factual and legal issues to effectively persuade judges, juries, and opposing parties at trial and arbitration. He also counsels clients how to avoid the business expense and disruption of litigation and trial through settlement, pretrial dispositive relief, and other dispute resolution options. Mr. Marshall has represented clients in disputes before and on behalf of numerous federal and state agencies including the SEC, FDIC, FBI, IRS, and the Utah Department of Insurance.
Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Mr. Marshall was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable J. Thomas Greene for the U.S. Federal District Court in Utah.
Software and Technology Litigation
Obtained injunctive relief and favorable settlement for telecommunications provider in data breach and misappropriation of trade secrets case.
Successfully opposed attempts to cease operations of software company in California and defended company's former CEO in Utah against claims for fraud, data theft, and trade secret misappropriation.
Successfully defended software distribution and CRM company in California and negotiated voluntary dismissal of all claims by software manufacturer.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Romaine C. Marshall