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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

Justin T. Scott

Justin T. Scott



  • Litigation
  • Construction
  • Energy

WSG Practice Industries



Justin Scott’s practice is focused on commercial litigation, specifically in the energy, construction, and real estate fields. In the energy industry, he has experience representing oil and gas service companies, equipment manufacturers, and exploration and production companies in disputes ranging from royalty payment litigation to trade secret matters.

In the construction industry, Justin has represented general contractors, property owners, and developers, and one of the nation’s largest metal building component manufacturers in matters ranging from warranty claims to breach of contract disputes.

Justin has also handled matters in the real estate sector representing property owners and developers in sales and lease disputes, as well as claims related to removal of lis pendens.

In addition to his commercial litigation experience, he has represented clients in the energy and heavy equipment manufacturing sectors in personal injury matters.

Justin has a broad knowledge base related to the challenges that his clients face during the litigation process. He believes in a case assessment and development strategy that prioritizes each of his client’s unique business goals and objectives.

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2009

Court Admissions
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
  • United States District Court, Southern District of Texas
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas


  • Baylor University Law School, J.D., 2009, Order of the Barristers
  • Abilene Christian University, B.A., 2006, summa cum laude
Areas of Practice

Construction | Energy | Litigation | Oil and Gas Law | Real Estate


Non-Compete Agreement Series: Everything You Need to Know (And Probably Don’t) About Covenants Not to Compete - Mississippi
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, October 2020

The next state in our series exploring non-compete agreements is the Magnolia State, Mississippi. Unlike Texas and Louisiana, Mississippi’s noncompete laws are purely creatures of the common law.  Mississippi has no statutory scheme in place governing covenants not to compete. For this chapter we are joined by my partners Justin Scott and Slates Veazey...

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