Scott C. Ross is partner in Herrick’s Litigation Department. Scott has over a decade of experience litigating complex commercial, real estate, and employment disputes in state and federal court, as well as in alternative dispute resolution forums (including JAMS and AAA).
Scott has obtained countless successful outcomes for prominent real estate developers, investors, hotel owners, business executives, financial services, technology, and advertising companies, and international banking and lending institutions in the prosecution and defense of high-stakes contract and business tort claims, including breach of fiduciary duty and fraud. Scott has also obtained successful results for clients in business divorce matters, family and partnership disputes, and shareholder derivative actions.
Scott’s real estate litigation experience includes commercial lease disputes, breaches of license and access agreements, construction damage claims, valuation disputes, a wide range of disputes between developers and neighboring property owners, adverse possession, zoning disputes, and Article 78 proceedings.
Before attending law school, Scott gained three years of business and finance experience in the corporate world. Because of that experience, Scott has a much deeper appreciation and understanding of the needs of his business-minded clients. As a result, Scott recognizes the value of resolving disputes out of Court and always looks for creative solutions to complex disputes.