Scott Samuel Brown specializes in Intellectual Property, Appellate, Embedded Appellate Counsel, and General Commercial Litigation. He represents clients in high stakes litigation as a partner in Intellectual Property and General Litigation groups of the law firm Maynard Cooper & Gale LLP.
He completed his Bachelor of Science in mathematics with honors from Rhodes College in 1996. This educational credential helps him better represent clients in disputes involving sensor systems as well as electrical, biotech, and control systems.
He helps businesses in protecting their brand in litigation and through licensing. He frequently litigates cases concerning commercial disputes such as fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, breach of contract, etc.
In his twenty years of legal experience, he has appeared before the Alabama Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Patent Trial, and Appeal Board for cases involving appeals.
He has also represented clients in the U.S. District Courts in Georgia, Alabama, Colorado, Mississippi, Texas, Tennessee, & Florida, and all the state courts in Alabama.
His extensive experience in different practice areas allows him to give his clients and objective assessment of their trial and appellate prospects. He develops a strategy along with his clients to resolve their litigation keeping with their business goals.
Scott S. Brown attended the University of Virginia School of Law and obtained his Juris Doctorate in the year 1999. He was a member of William Minor Lile Moot Court Board and President of Student Government while studying there.
He started his legal career by serving as a clerk for Honorable Thomas A. Wiseman, Jr., Senior United States District Court Judge for the Middle District of Tennessee.
He has won several awards over the years for his excellence in Intellectual Property Litigation and General Litigation. He is well-known in the legal community as a tenacious attorney having amazing subject matter knowledge.
He has obtained memberships of professional associations such as the American Bar Association, Alabama State Bar Association, and Birmingham Bar Association. He is actively involved in community activities and serves as General Counsel to The Community Kitchens of Birmingham.
Scott Brown is on the Civil Litigation Subject Matter Expert Committee at the Alabama State Board of Bar Examiners and Board of Directors of the Community Ministry for Girls, Inc. He also provides service at the Mountain Brook Community Church.
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