A lawyer with more than two decades of experience, Hugh Marbury has utilized his considerable knowledge to counsel clients in a wide variety of industries on critical challenges facing their businesses. With a broad range of experience in complex issues, Hugh offers his clients a nuanced perspective on the convergence of technology, business and law.

Hugh's primary areas of practice have been business and intellectual property litigation. His business litigation practice focuses on complex financial transactions and commercial disputes across multiple sectors. His intellectual property litigation practice includes patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret litigation in diverse technological areas across many industries. He dispenses C-suite level guidance to large corporations confronting complicated and difficult challenges, including bet-the-company matters. He has represented a variety of clients, from corporations to investor groups and high net worth individuals, in disputes valued at more than US$4 billion. He has tried cases in federal court and has extensive arbitration and mediation experience. Hugh also obtained a Secret clearance with the United States government as a result of some of his engagements.

Hugh served for four years on DLA Piper's Policy Committee, helping to shape the growth and strategic direction of the firm. Hugh also served for six years as the Hiring Partner for the Baltimore office. He is the chair of DLA Piper's Marbury Institute, an educational and training program for the firm. He is a member of DLA Piper's North American Pro Bono Committee.

In 2009, Hugh was elected to the American Law Institute, where he has been an active member, working on the Restatement of Law Copyright.