Scott E. Prince
Scott is an associate in the Business Restructuring, Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy practice group. He focuses his practice on complex commercial transactions, workouts and bankruptcy matters.
Prior to joining Thompson Hine, Scott served as term law clerk to Chief Judge Jeffery P. Hopkins of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of Ohio. In that role, he drafted memoranda and orders, provided detailed research and analysis prior to hearings for the judge, managed the docket and entered orders.
Scott also has experience serving as a corporate legal fellow with a Fortune 500 manufacturer, distributor and seller of coatings and related products. His tenure included drafting multimillion-dollar supply agreements, conducting due diligence for a multibillion-dollar acquisition, assisting with corporate governance issues related to the board of directors and executive compensation, creating closing checklists for real estate divestitures and joint development projects, advising business units on Buy American compliance, and assisting with the issuance of the organization’s proxy statement.
- “New Bankruptcy Amendments Lower the Burdens of Preference Actions on Defendants,” Pratt's Journal of Bankruptcy Law, January 2020
- “New Bankruptcy Amendments Lower the Burdens of Preference Actions on Defendants,” Thompson Hine Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Update, September 2019
- “Supreme Court: Trademark Licensees May Still Use Marks After Rejection of License in Bankruptcy,” Thompson Hine Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Update, May 2019
- “Trimming the Hedges: Why the Adoption of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz’s Anti-Golden Leash Bylaw is Ill-Advised,” The Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal, vol. 9, no. 1 (2014)
New Bankruptcy Amendments Lower the Burdens of Preference Actions on DefendantPratt’s Journal of Bankruptcy Law
January 21, 2020