Scott Marshall is a respected plaintiffs’ trial attorney who has dedicated his legal career to fighting on behalf of wronged consumers. He focuses his practice on trial and appellate work involving dangerous and defective products.
Scott is a native of Alabama and an Auburn Alumni. After earning a B.A. in English from Auburn in 1994, he attended Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama, earning his law degree in 1998. While in law school, Scott worked with the Attorneys Information Exchange Group, an organization dedicated to fighting for consumers injured by defective and dangerous products. He served as a Staff Attorney for the AIEC through 2010 before moving to Texas in 2011 to begin his practice representing plaintiffs in products liability cases.
Having championed the rights of consumers in complex litigation for over 20 years, Scott now leverages his insight to help clients at Robins Cloud fight back against powerful corporations that value profits more than people. His record of success includes millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements, and landmark victories in claims involving auto defects, defective tires, and wage and hour violations.
In addition to being known for his work representing wronged consumers, Scott has also cultivated a reputation as a respected author and lecturer on topics regarding trial practice and product safety. Some of his notable presentations and publications include:
- Controlling and Winning the Confidentiality Order Battle (2016)
- Use of Whistleblowers in Tire Litigation (2011)
- Proving Economic Damages in Personal Injury Cases (2011)
- A Practical Approach to Handling GM and Chrysler Bankruptcy Cases (2010)
- Analysis of Recent Defense Verdicts in Roof Crush Cases (2006)
- Discovery from Experts (1999)
Scott is licensed to practice in Alabama, Texas, and the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Texas.
- Auburn University, B.A.
- Cumberland School of Law, J.D.
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas