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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Isaac Bashevis Singer Scholar||University of Miami, Florida||1984|
|Managing Partner||Swafford Law, LLC||2012 - Present|
|Associate||Arnold & Porter, LLP||2008 - 2012|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Prince George's County Bar Association||N/A||2012 - Present|
|Anne Arundel County Bar Association||N/A||2012 - Present|
|District of Columbia Bar||N/A||2009 - Present|
|American Bar Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Maryland State Bar Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|ABA 2012 Data Security & Privacy Handbook||Chapter 5 Online Behavioral Advertising||2012|
|Secure Times, Law Volume 4, No. 2, Fall 2009.||Industry Self-Regulatory Efforts in Online Behavioral Advertising: How Do They Compare to the FTC's Principles?||2009|
|American University, Washington College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor (summa cum laude)||2007|
Posted by Peter
He was hired in early 2013 to help our company go after people that defrauded us. In the beginning, he was very responsive, once he was paid in full, after two and a half months; he began a pattern of not responding to emails and phone messages. He would ignore questions about the case and not answer questions asked. Often times he would apologize for missing scheduled conference calls as well as for not responding back after weeks and months had passed. After repeated emails, and phone messages, he would sometimes respond back with very brief updates and ignore questions that were asked. He did not provide documents as he said he would, even after we ask for it. He did not get depositions of people as well as did not include people in the suit that he was instructed and agreed to do. He said he would expedite and help us finish this case, and he did not. It is now almost four years and he has disappeared from responding back by email, or responding back to phone messages or answering his phone. He did not give us a reason as to why he does not or did not finish our case. There were many instances he said he would do things but did not. We have always been polite and professional with him. We have all the emails to substantiate these actions. So much time has been lost. Now that we have to find another attorney to finish what he was suppose to do; we are very disappointed and dissatisfy with his conduct and service.
Posted by Bartholomew Motes
Within a minute of talking to Scott you will realize you are not only dealing with an incredibly capable and diligent attorney, but rarer still, someone who is going to take your case on as his own. Scott is thoughtful and asks all the right questions. He was able to resolve things with a minimum of time, expense, and aggravation. Thank you, Scott.
Posted by Moira
Scott is a great attorney. He's very responsive, engaging, and thorough. Scott wants what's best for his client - and you can trust his opinion.
He gave me sage advice during a sticky situation - I am not sure how much I can write because my case actually involved social media, freedom of speech, the Free Trade Agreement, HIPPA and I signed a document saying I would never talk about my particular case online in a public forum again.
However, he made the other guy cry uncle and ensured I was not sued for defamation while also helping right wrongs done unto me (including requiring a note of apology from the guy who wanted to sue me).
Hopefully I won't need legal help again, but if I do, Scott will be my first call.
Lindsey Hansen, Family Attorney
As a former client and now colleague, I can tell you that Scott is an excellent attorney. He listens, is effective and gets results. He is a superb writer , and his knowledge of the law and research skills are phenomenal. Just a pleasure to work with and gem in the legal community. I highly recommend this attorney.
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