Scott specializes in civil litigation with a focus on representing insurers in personal injury matters. His practice spans a wide-range of complex litigation, including extensive knowledge of the emerging area of cyberbullying law and social media claims, as well as expertise in Motor Vehicle, Product Liability, Occupier’s Liability, Property Damage, and Subrogation claims. Additionally, Scott has experience in providing insurance coverage opinions, and arguing cases before the Worker’s Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal. Besides his trial experience, Scott has also successfully argued complex motions in the Superior Court of Justice and appeared before the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Prior to obtaining his law degree, Scott earned his Masters in History at the University of Toronto with a focus on European and Japanese history and the origins of the Second World War.
Publications / Speaking Engagements
- September 25, 2019; presented “The Presentation of an Expert Witness at Trial” at Will Davidson LLP’s annual CLE seminar: Experts at Trial: How to Maximize (or Minimize) Their Effectiveness.
- September 22, 2017, Cyber Security: A new and Emerging Area of Law- Diversified Litigation Series Seminar