Scott Friedman’s practice focuses on labor and employment matters.
Practice & Background
Mr. Friedman’s practice focuses on labor and employment litigation and strategic advice. Mr. Friedman’s litigation experience includes representing employers in matters arising under federal and state laws, including claims filed under Title VII. His litigation experience also includes representing defendants in commercial disputes in state and federal courts and before arbitral tribunals under the AAA, ICC and ICDR Rules. In addition, Mr. Friedman has counseled employers on a range of strategic legal issues, including executive employment contracts and separations and restrictive covenants.
Mr. Friedman earned his J.D. from Vanderbilt Law School, where he served as an articles selection editor for the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law. During law school, he also served as a judicial extern to a federal judge and a legal intern to a publicly traded Silicon Valley technology corporation.
Mr. Friedman obtained his A.B. with honors from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was a John B. Ervin Scholar.
- Speakers Bureau Committee, Houston Bar Association (2015 – present)
- Moderator, Agreed, Vereinbart, Acuerdo – Cross Cultural Negotiation, Spring Meeting, ABA Section of International Law (Apr. 2016)
- Moderator, Pathways to Employment in International Law Global Teleconference, ABA Section of International Law (Oct. 2014)
- ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, semi-finalist (2013)