Edmund M. Scott

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Gray•Duffy, LLP

210 B Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065

Phone

650.365.7343

Fax

650.365.6225

E-mail

escott@grayduffylaw.com

Internet

www.grayduffylaw.com

Education

  • Golden Gate University (JD, 1981)
  • San Francisco State (MS, 1975)
  • University of San Francisco (BA, 1970)

Edmund M. Scott

Partner

Edmund M. Scott, Partner with Gray•Duffy, LLP, represents clients in a broad spectrum of civil litigation matters including personal injury, legal and medical malpractice, product liability, employment, construction defect and property damage. With extensive trial experience, Mr. Scott has also handled many atypical cases in fields such as equestrian law including stable/livery liability, trespass to timber, and the defense of 18-wheel big rig accidents. Mr. Scott is an AV rated lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell. In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Scott is a certified mediator.

Mr. Scott’s extensive trial experience includes landlord/tenant, fire loss, premise liability, professional liability, childhood sexual abuse, toxic torts, crop damages and recreational provider liability matters. Mr. Scott’s personal injury practice has a focus on orthopedic and neurological injury cases that include economic loss and future economic care damages. He has spearheaded a multitude of cases in a vast variety of practice areas and approaches each in an individualized and concentrated manner.

Mr. Scott received his Juris Doctorate from Golden Gate University. He also obtained his Master’s from San Francisco State in special education and his Bachelor’s from University of San Francisco.

Professional Affiliations

  • Association of Defense Counsel
  • San Mateo County Bar Association

Recognition and Awards

  • AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
  • Speaking Engagements

    Mr. Scott has provided in-house training for several companies, including insurance carriers, on general liabilities topics such as Privette and Toland motions for summary judgment. His presentations have focused on construction site accident matters and contractors’ liability for injury accidents after completion of work. Mr. Scott also presents on the advantages and challenges to the varying types of indemnity clauses in construction contracts.