Scott offers clients the benefit of decades of experience as a leading trial lawyer handling complex commercial disputes. He provides strategic counsel to Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, municipalities, hospitals, businesses, and high net worth individuals, at the international, national, and local level. Scott excels at helping clients navigate the complexities of commercial litigation including suits that involve real estate, environmental, intellectual property, bankruptcy, receivership, and probate issues.
Scott’s pragmatic approach focuses on getting clients the result they want. His recent representation includes obtaining a jury verdict in favor of a power utility that was suing a manufacturer regarding a breach of contract. He also recently successfully resolved a trade secret dispute in Federal court that required extensive investigation and preparation of expert witnesses. Scott has also served as counsel in ongoing probate matter involving oil and gas assets in one of Colorado’s largest and longest running probate proceedings.
Scott’s extensive experience with complex financings and problematic loan workouts stems from his previous work experience. Before law school, Scott worked on sophisticated financing deals for GE Capital where he was jointly responsible for a $3.1 billion portfolio. During law school, he was invited to serve as an intern for the Honorable Sidney B. Brooks, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado. He then launched his legal career serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Leif M. Clark, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Texas.