Scott Mirsky Bio

Experienced Lawyer in Employment and Business Disputes

Scott A. Mirsky, the owner of Mirsky Law Group LLC, has over 20 years of experience representing and advising businesses in employment and commercial litigation matters.  He has experience in handling non-compete and trade secret disagreements, employment claims, wage and hour disputes, intellectual property infringement cases, discrimination matters, and breach of contract claims.  

Scott’s practice covers the full spectrum of litigation services including pre-litigation counseling; risk and litigation management; and trials, hearings, arbitrations, and appeals before federal and state courts, and has earned a reputation for being passionate about his clients’ cases and their legal challenges. He has provided successful representation to small, midsize, and national clients. Because of his experience in commercial and employment litigation, Scott counsels employers in connection with employment agreements and litigates non-compete cases.  Scott also has extensive experience counseling both local and nationwide businesses that rely heavily on freelance workers and independent contractors.  Scott understands the unique legal issues that arise with this type of business model.  

Scott is a Maryland native.  He graduated magna cum laude, from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1997, where he served as the Casenotes Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review. He obtained his undergraduate degree from American University in 1993.  Following law school, Scott spent four years as a litigation associate in Baltimore, Maryland with Scaldara and Potler, LLP, formerly of counsel to Semmes Bowen & Semmes. Scott worked at a boutique employment law firm in Washington, DC, Krupin O’Brien, LLC, representing management in employment and labor disputes and union negotiations. For eleven years, Scott worked at Bromberg Rosenthal, LLC in Rockville, Maryland as an associate and partner representing businesses and individuals in commercial litigation and employment matters.

The following are examples of his recent work:

  • Obtained an emergency preliminary injunction order that required client’s former salesperson, who had formed a competing business, to stop soliciting work from leads that were obtained during the time she worked for our client.
  • Defended nationwide employer who was accused of theft of trade secrets and violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
  • Assisted a California employer, who was expanding into Maryland and Virginia, with modifying their employment policies to comply with state and local employment laws.
  • Obtained an order for a physician that declared a non-solicitation provision in his employment agreement unenforceable, which then allowed that physician to render medical services to his former patients without any restrictions.
  • Defended restaurant in a wage and hour lawsuit, which resulted in a favorable resolution for our client.
  • Represented hotel chain in nationwide litigation involving alleged construction defects caused by the hotel’s builders, as well as warranty claims against the building component manufacturers.
  • Was successful in having his client’s ERISA disability claim remanded back to the insurance provider for a full and fair review, when the insurance provider neglected to consider records and statements from insured’s treating physicians and social worker.

Scott is involved in the Maryland and Washington, DC legal community and previously served as a Co-Chair of the Employment Law Section for the Montgomery County Bar Association.  Scott has presented employment law seminars to human resource professionals, trade associations, and credit unions.  At the nationwide level Scott is very active with the Association of Language Companies and is a member of the ASTM Drafting Subcommittee F43.05 on Quality Assurance in Language Services.  Scott is admitted to practice in Maryland and Washington, D.C.

 

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