Michigan State University College of Law,
Washington University in St. Louis,
B.S., Political Science, 2006
California USDC, Northern District
California USDC, Central District
California USDC, Southern District
Florida USDC, Southern District
Illinois USDC, Southern District
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Missouri USDC, Western District
New York USDC, Southern District
Ohio USDC, Northern District
American Bar Association
Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Included in "Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers" Rising Stars list (by Thomson Reuters), 2017-2019
Thompson Coburn LLP
Schlichter Bogard & Denton
Brown & James, P.C.
Lindbergh Community Education, youth basketball coach
Scott defends companies facing consumer class action lawsuits and commercial litigation in federal and state courts across the country.
Scott has extensive experience defending cases alleging consumer fraud, product defect, false advertising, unfair trade practices and various state and federal consumer protection laws. He has first- and second-chaired jury trials in federal and state courts throughout Missouri and Illinois, and taken and defended the depositions of corporate executives, physicians, industry experts, and other key witnesses.
In his previous role at a leading plaintiffs' firm, Scott represented classes and individuals in mass tort actions involving tens of thousands of claimants and settlements of nearly $1 billion. Scott was also selected for a national leadership team of attorneys to manage multi-district litigation over a pharmaceutical drug.
Scott draws on his experience representing clients in complex class and mass tort actions to craft effective litigation strategies for clients and work toward the effective resolution of claims.
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