January 28, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 28

Scott D. Ellis

Scott Ellis is vice chair of Foley’s national Energy Litigation Practice, and the hiring partner for the Houston office. He is also a member of the firm’s Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) Team. Scott is an experienced trial attorney, handling high-stakes litigation throughout Texas and the United States for domestic and international clients in the energy, construction, industrial gas, banking, and financial sectors. Clients hire Scott for his experience in litigating and resolving disputes arising from breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and theft. Scott is an adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law Center, and routinely teaches Trial Advocacy.

Super Lawyers has recognized Scott as a Texas Rising Star 11 times. In 2020, the Houston Business Journal named Scott to its 40 Under 40 Class of 2020, which honors the top 40 business and community leaders under 40 in Houston. In September 2020, Scott received Texas Lawyer’s Best Mentor Award, recognizing his commitment to mentoring the next generation of Texas lawyers. Scott is a past Co-Chair of the Houston Bar Association’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and, in 2020, was appointed by the HBA President to the Houston Bar Association’s Implicit Bias Task Force.

Complementing his commercial litigation practice, Scott routinely lectures about advanced collection techniques, including mineral liens, materialman’s liens, sequestrations, and garnishments. These techniques are used to efficiently and cost-effectively collect funds rightfully owed to his clients. Domestic and international clients hire Scott to serve as lead collection counsel for debts and judgments that others have deemed uncollectible.

Scott also serves as a securities lawyer in FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) arbitration matters, successfully representing both claimants and respondents in investor/security products arbitration proceedings throughout the United States.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Scott D. Ellis

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