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Scott Courtney focuses his practice on complex financial and commercial disputes, intellectual property actions, and other civil litigation matters. Specifically, Scott provides legal counsel and representation in areas ranging from commercial lending and banking litigation, patent and copyright infringement, startup finance conflicts, internal investigations, and real estate disputes. He is experienced in representing a diverse group of commercial and individual clients, counseling them on legal issues prior to and during litigation.

Scott practices in both the federal and the Texas state courts.  His background in federal court includes patent, copyright, trade dress, immigration, and bankruptcy-affiliated litigation.  In state court, Scott has litigated breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation, tortious interference, breach of fiduciary duty, Deceptive Trade Practices Act, negligence, and landlord-tenant actions, as well as a variety of other claims.

While in law school, Scott interned for the Honorable Scott J. Becker of the 219th District Court of Texas.  He was a member of the SMU Law Review and the Order of Barristers.

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