Scott P. Moore represents public and private sector clients in employment, ADA, and fair housing matters. Scott has substantial experience in defending and counseling clients in class/collective actions, including pattern or practice cases brought by the federal government, involving allegations of disability discrimination under the ADA, GINA, FMLA, the Fair Housing Act, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Scott is widely recognized as a national expert in ADA and fair housing law. Scott served as a Deputy Chief of the Employment Litigation Section and a Senior Trial Attorney in the Housing Section of the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. In those roles, Scott lead the Department’s enforcement actions on some of the largest employment, ADA, and fair housing pattern or practice cases brought by the United States. Scott’s personal experience as a person with a disability who uses a wheelchair combined with over 25 years of legal experience puts him in a unique position to represent employers and housing providers on issues arising under various disability discrimination and accessibility laws.