Scott FredricksPartner, Fort Worth
Scott Fredricks has represented clients in complex commercial cases including antitrust, copyright, patent, securities and trademark issues since joining Cantey Hanger in 1999. Scott and his wife, Shelley, have four boys at home and are active members of Fort Worth Presbyterian Church.
Principal Practice Areas
- The University of Texas School of Law (J.D., 1999)
Texas Review of Law & Politics (Editor-in-Chief)
Intern, Justice Raul Gonzalez, Texas Supreme Court
- Emory University (M.T.S., 1996)
- Biola University (B.S., 1991)
- Represented church in Religious Freedom Restoration Act case seeking to require public school to allow church to hold bible club after school on campus. The parties settled after preliminary injunction hearing.
- Defended global distribution system in antitrust lawsuits filed in the Northern District of Texas and Tarrant County, Texas by American Airlines. The cases settled during the second week of jury trial in Texas state court.
- Represented investment trusts in litigation with insurance companies to enforce life insurance policies. Obtained judgment for clients by summary judgment.
- Defended Fortune 500 internet company in trademark lawsuit filed in the Northern District of Texas by American Airlines. The case settled while dispositive motions were pending.
- Defended regional fast food chain in architectural copyright lawsuit filed in the Northern District of Texas. The case settled while dispositive motions were pending.
- Represented cable television device manufacturer in patent litigation filed in the Western District of Texas. The case settled prior to trial.
- Was appointed by federal judge to serve as attorney ad litem to represent interests of minor child in civil forfeiture matter adverse to the United States Government. The case settled.
- Defended management services provider in software license dispute filed in the Eastern District of Texas. Obtained summary judgment for client. RealPage, Inc. v. EPS, Inc., 560 F.Supp.2d (E.D. Tex. 2007).
- Defended outside directors in securities fraud case arising after nationwide healthcare network filed bankruptcy. Obtained take-nothing summary judgment for clients. Turoff v. McCaslin, 222 S.W.3d 664 (Tex. App.–Waco 2007, no pet.)
- Obtained affirmation on appeal of trial court judgment in favor of municipality against claim of regulatory taking. Rischon Dev. Corp. v. City of Keller, 242 S.W.3d 161 (Tex. App.–Fort Worth 2007, pet. denied). Petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court was denied.
- Represented Tarrant County in litigation with Denton County concerning the location of their common county boundary line. Obtained judgment for Tarrant County on appeal. In re Tarrant County, 16 S.W.3d 914 (Tex. App.- -Fort Worth 2000, orig. proceeding); Tarrant County v. Denton County, 87 S.W.3d 159 (Tex. App. – Fort Worth 2002, pet. denied); Denton County v. Tarrant County, 139 S.W.3d 22 (Tex. App.–Fort Worth 2004, pet. denied).
- Licensed to practice in Texas, 1999
- Admitted to Supreme Court of the United States
- Admitted to U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
- Admitted to U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
- Admitted to U.S. District Court Western District of Texas
- Admitted to U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
- Admitted to U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
- Covenant Classical School Board of Directors
- Fort Worth Presbyterian Church
- Accepted into the “Leadership Fort Worth“ leadership class of 2014-2015
- Scott Fredricks Appears in the Fort Worth Business Press with an Article About Protecting Sensitive Business Information
- CityBizList Publishes Scott Fredricks’ article on Protecting Trade Secrets
- Scott Fredricks has been accepted to the 2014-2015 leadership class of “Leadership Fort Worth”
- Scott Fredricks has a Featured Article “Eyes in the SKY” in Texas Research magazine, a publication by the Fort Worth Business Press
- “The Irresponsible Lawyer: Why We Have An Amoral Profession”, 11 Tex. Rev. L. & Politics 133 (2006).
- “To Send or Not to Send – The $150,000 Question”, Fort Worth Business Press, Oct. 11-16, 2010.
- “Eyes in the SKY, What drones are allowed to see in Texas”, Texas Research magazine, a publication by the Fort Worth Business Press, Spring 2014
- “You’re Not from Texas…But a Texas Court Wants You Anyway!”, a helpful primer for out-of-state lawyers who find themselves representing a client in a Texas state court, September 16, 2014.
- “Keeping Toothpaste in the Tube – Protecting Sensitive Business Information in Public Court Proceedings”, CitBizList Dalla, April 2015