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Boyd McFadden Mayo

Boyd McFadden Mayo

Practice areas:

Class Action, Sexual Harassment, Defective and Dangerous Products, Civil Rights, Employment & Labor

About Me

Mack focuses on complex class action, mass tort, and individual litigation by representing individuals and families who have been harmed by:


 


Sexual abuse (harassment, molestation, assault, or rape of children or adults),


Civil rights violations, 


Wage theft,


Unfair and deceptive business practices,


Debt relief schemes (credit card, tax, mortgage, medical, student loan debt),


Defective products, 


Unfair or illegal employment practices, and


Negligence.


 


Mack has also successfully briefed or argued cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Washington Supreme Court, and Washington Courts of Appeal, resulting in several published opinions. 


 


Representative Cases:


 


***THESE CASES ARE EXEMPLARS ONLY.  PAST RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE SIMILAR RESULTS IN YOUR CASE.  RESULTS ARE CASE SPECIFIC.***


 


Student Loan Debt Relief Litigation:  Currently representing graduate consumers who fell victim to scams offering assistance in refinancing, discharging, forgiving, or consolidating their overwhelming student loan debt.  These companies often promise great results, deliver little, and charge excessive advanced fees ranging from $100 to $1,500.


 


Various Pre-Litigation Sex Abuse Settlements:  Obtained substantial monetary settlements for victims of sex abuse and harassment prior to filing lawsuits while assisting victims in obtaining necessary counseling.


 


Credit Card & Medical Debt Relief Cases: Successfully prosecuted various certified class actions for per se Consumer Protection Act violations based on violation of WA debt adjusting act, resulting in substantial recovery for low-income victims through settlements. 


 


Confidential Mortgage Modification Settlement: Secured financial recovery for  Washington family who fell victim to a California mortgage modification company, acting under the guise of a law firm conducting residential mortgage modification services.


 


For further information, please visit 


 


http://www.thescottlawgroup.com/Thescottlawgroup/Boyd_M._Mayo.html


 

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 2011

  1. Class Action: 50%
    4 years
  2. Sexual Harassment: 20%
    4 years
  3. Employment & Labor: 10%
    4 years
  4. Civil Rights: 10%
  5. Defective and Dangerous Products: 10%
    4 years

Attorney Endorsements

8 total 

  • Nikalous O. Armitage

    I endorse Mack without hesitation. Mack is an exceptional lawyer and person who goes the extra mile to get results for his clients.

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    Nikalous Armitage Personal Injury Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Frederick Colin Willenbrock

    Preeminent in all fields in which he practices. I find Mack to be a stellar advocate and a consummate gentleman. Worthy of your consideration.

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    Frederick Willenbrock Contracts & Agreements Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

The Scott Law Group PS

926 W Sprague Ave
Suite 680
Spokane, WA, 99201-5071

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
WAActive201106/12/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Top LawyerSpokane Coeur d'Alene Living Magazine2014
Rising StarSuper Lawyers2014
Spokane's Top LawyersSpokane Coeur d'Alene Living Magazine2013
Excellence in National Security LawThe Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction2009
Excellence in Criminal ProcedureThe Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction2009
Excellence in Legal Research, Analysis, & Writing IIThe Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction2007
Excellence in Property LawThe Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction2007
Excellence in Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing IThe Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction2006
SMU University Merit ScholarSouthern Methodist University2002
Class MarshalCharleston School of LawN/A
Dean's ListCharleston School of LawN/A
Merit ScholarshipCharleston School of LawN/A
The National Dean's ListThe National Dean's ListN/A

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
LawyerThe Scott Law Group, P.S.2011 - Present
Legal InternThe Scott Law Group, P.S.2010 - 2011
Research Assistant to DeanCharleston School of Law2010 - 2010
Law ClerkAnastopoulo & Clore, LLC2010 - 2010
Research Assistant to Torts ProfessorCharleston School of Law2009 - 2010
Law ClerkRichardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman, LLC2009 - 2010
Law Clerk to Office of Legal AffairsMedical University of South Carolina2009 - 2009
Summer AssociateRosen Rosen & Hagood, LLC2008 - 2008
Summer AssociateCarlock, Copeland & Stair, LLP2008 - 2008
Legal Writing Teaching FellowCharleston School of Law2007 - 2008
Research Assistant to Legal HistorianCharleston School of Law2007 - 2008
Law ClerkAltman & Coker, LLC2007 - 2008

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
RE-START CPR Mentoring ProgramMentor2013 - Present
Spokane County Bar Association, Young Lawyers DivisionTrustee2012 - Present
Phi Delta ThetaN/A2003 - Present
National Eagle Scout AssociationEagle Scout1998 - Present
Spokane County Bar Association, Young Lawyers DivisionN/AN/A
Spokane County Bar AssociationN/AN/A
American Bar Association, Young Lawyers DivisionN/AN/A
Sigma Tau Delta, English Honors SocietyN/AN/A
Phi Delta Phi legal fraternityN/AN/A
American Bar AssociationN/AN/A

Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
Gandee v. LDL Freedom Enterprises, Inc., et al., 176 Wn.2d 598 (2013).N/A
Carlsen v. Global Client Solutions, LLC, 171 Wn2d 486 (2011)N/A

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Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
Trial News (Washington State Trial Lawyers Association)Washington Needs Private Enforcement of its Consumer Protection Laws on Payday Lending2013
Trial News (Washington State Trial Lawyers Association)Debt Adjusting in Washington State and the Washington Supreme Court's Decision in Carlsen v. Global Client Solutions, LLC, 171 Wn.2d 486 (2011)2012
Trial News Washington State Trial LawyersOpening the Courthouse Door by Invoking Section 3 of the Federal Arbitration Act2012
Charleston Law ReviewMonetary Liability for Involuntary Servitude?: South Carolina Needs to Abandon the Negative Incentive Approach and Grant Absolute Immunity to Indigent Criminal Defense Attorneys Appointed Under Rule 6082009

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Charleston School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2010
Southern Methodist UniversityEngllishBA - Bachelor of Arts2006