Scott Borrowman has extensive experience representing clients in both administrative and civil litigation matters. Scott’s practice focuses on providing advice and counsel to clients in complex litigation on eDiscovery issues, including discovery motions, protective orders and document review strategies. He also provides guidance to clients on information governance and data privacy matters.
Scott’s practice, among other matters, has included:
Coordinating two class actions involving allegations related to the administration of disability programs, including discovery preparation and collection
Preparing and arguing a variety of motions, including motions to compel, motions for protective orders based on privilege, and motions for sanctions
Taking and defending depositions of percipient and expert witnesses
Preparing and responding to written discovery, including managing privilege reviews
Mentoring new attorneys on employment litigation practice, including depositions and discovery
Representing office in agency-wide e-discovery committee
Prior to joining Redgrave LLP, Scott served as Assistant Regional Counsel at the Social Security Administration – Office of the General Counsel, San Francisco, California. In this role, Scott’s practice focused on labor and employment litigation in federal courts, administrative tribunals, and state unemployment tribunals. Preceding his time with Social Security Administration, Scott was an Associate with Filice, Brown, Eassa & McLeod LLP, in Oakland, California. Scott also served as a Judicial Law Clerk to Magistrate Judge Karla R. Spaulding, United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & MEMBERSHIPS
Scott is a member of The Sedona Conference®, Working Group on Best Practices for Electric Document Retention and Production (WG-1) and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). He is a member of Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom.
Scott received his J.D. from Brigham Young University (cum laude) and a B.A. from the University of Utah. He is fluent in Japanese. Scott is admitted to practice in California.