“I focus on delivering a product, on making sure our clients are well prepared and on being responsive. I never let a client hang, wondering what’s next. If I’m in trial, for example, and get a client call, I’ll get them a message that I’ll call them that night. I try to take some of the pressure off of them.”
Scott Seiler focuses on large, high-exposure litigation involving occupational disease, mass tort, environmental cleanup, property damage, contribution disputes and insurance coverage litigation in Louisiana’s state and federal courts.
Major industrial clients have turned to Scott for help with difficult cases involving petroleum, asbestos, benzene, ozone, dioxin, mold and other substances. He was appointed Special Master of the Court in several class action mold and fungal substances cases. In his environmental litigation practice, Scott has handled contamination and spill-related damage claims, including his representation of BP America and BP Exploration and Production for claims under the Oil Pollution Act following the Deepwater Horizon Incident.
Scott has planned, created and managed large, complex litigation structures and teams to deal with big cases – onshore, as well as in the Gulf – related to occupational disease and toxic tort litigation. He has helped major domestic and multinational clients facing whistle-blower actions, criminal liability for environmental regulatory violations, transactional concerns with environmental regulations, citizen suits, wetlands regulation and toxic tort cases involving asbestos, solvents and petroleum products.