Scott Greene has more than 30 years of experience handling all types of complex commercial litigation matters at all court levels, including class action cases, shareholder derivative actions, breach of contract and general tort litigation, foreclosures, telecommunications litigation, restrictive covenants, and general employment litigation.
A specific focus of Scott's practice is construction law. He has handled a wide range of construction litigation and transactional work on a broad spectrum of both public and private projects located throughout the United States. His work has included contract preparation and negotiation, bidding and other procurement issues, contract administration, and claim prosecution and defense utilizing a variety of alternative dispute resolution methods from mediation to jury trials.
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