Scott McIntyre is an experienced litigator who advises employers, executives, managers and human resource professionals concerning sensitive internal matters and corporate compliance concerns. He resolves complex employment, labor, employee privacy and data security issues as well as litigated matters in an efficient and practical manner that makes business sense for his clients, which range from large, international public companies to emerging companies and family-owned businesses. Scott's practice encompasses the full range of employment litigation and compliance matters across multiple industry sectors, as well as counseling of union and non-union employers on litigation avoidance strategies and best practices. As a former clerk to both a United States Court of Appeals judge and a United States District Court judge, Scott also maintains an active trial and appellate practice. While he aggressively litigates when in his clients' interest, he partners with his clients to fully understand the source of problems and to identify long-term solutions to avoid litigation in the first place. He counsel companies of all sizes concerning compliance matters, including workplace privacy and information security policies, practices, codes of conduct and training.
Scott maintains a national practice and leads the Cincinnati office's employment and labor practice. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America© in the field of Employment Law – Management and recognized as a “Super Lawyer.” He has been previously named one of five "Top Attorneys Under 40" nationwide in Employment Law by Law360. Scott is a board-certified specialist in Employment & Labor Law by the Ohio State Bar Association. He has been listed in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business as a leading lawyer in Employment and Labor. According to Chambers USA 2009, "Clients laud trial lawyer Scott McIntyre for his intelligence, practicality and fine presentational skills. He is respected for his performance in employment law, civil rights litigation, and regulatory disputes." Scott is ranked AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell.