Moscone Emblidge&Quadra - Scott Emblidge
handles general civil litigation cases at the trial and appellate levels.
also advises clients regarding constitutional and municipal law issues, governmental contracting requirements, and governmental regulations, including land use regulations.
Prior to forming Moscone, Emblidge & Quadra, Mr. Emblidge was a deputy city attorney with the San Francisco City Attorney's Office for over 10 years, where he first was a trial lawyer and then served as general counsel for San Francisco's Municipal Railway, Recreation and Parks Commission and Human Rights Commission.
Prior to working in the San Francisco City Attorney's Office, Mr. Emblidge was an associate in the litigation department of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison.
has extensive litigation experience in federal and state trial and appellate courts.
litigation experience includes cases involving constitutional law, real property and land use disputes, breach of contract and other business disputes, employment law, general municipal law, disability rights, and intellectual property and trade secrets.
also has significant experience in class actions representing consumer, employees and others.
In addition to courtroom litigation, Mr. Emblidge
has substantial experience representing clients before local governmental boards and commissions.
also provides advice and litigation support as outside counsel to a number of Bay Area public entities.
As a deputy city attorney, Mr. Emblidge drafted legislation for San Francisco's Mayor and Board of Supervisors on a wide range of subjects, including First Amendment, gun control and anti-discrimination issues.
Mr. Emblidge serves as a mediator for the United States District Court, Northern District of California and for the California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District.
has mediated dozens of cases.
also has provided services to the San Francisco Superior Court's
Early Settlement Program.
Mr. Emblidge is also on the Board of Directors of Friends of the Children, an organization dedicated to providing professional mentors for some of San Francisco's most vulnerable children.
Mr. Emblidge received his law degree, cum laude, from Harvard Law School and a B.A. in Political Science, with Highest Honors, from California State University at Fullerton.