Courtney Ballard Searcy

Associate Attorney

Courtney Ballard Searcy is an associate attorney at Ahdoot & Wolfson, PC with experience in highly complex cases on simultaneous tracts, international litigation experience, litigation involving governmental regulatory and prosecutorial entities, and complex technologies and numerous intellectual property issues. Courtney graduated from Duke University School of Law with both a Juris Doctor degree and an L.L.M. in International Law, as a Merit/Academic Achievement Scholarship Recipient. While in law school, Courtney gained international litigation experience as a summer associate at Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu in Tokyo, Japan, where she researched and drafted memoranda of law for topics including white collar crime in Asian countries and Eastern economies. After graduating, she worked for five years as an associate at the preeminent trial firm of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP. Courtney has been admitted to practice by the State Bar of California. Prior to joining Ahdoot & Wolfson, Courtney further honed her litigation skills as a contract attorney at Karish & Bjorgum, PC in Pasadena California, with a focus on intellectual property right cases involving copyright and trademark infringement and trade secrets, and at Thomas, Alexander, Forrester & Sorensen LLP in Venice, California, where she litigated ERISA disputes and prosecuted complex accounting firm malpractice cases through civil litigation as well as consulting with governmental agencies. At Ahdoot & Wolfson, Courtney has successfully applied her experience, expertise, and talents into prosecuting class actions on behalf of consumers and employees.

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