Scott Pritchard is dedicated to serving clients in intricate business and commercial disputes across various industries, including real estate, financial services, insurance, food and agribusiness, and health care. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in all phases of legal proceedings, including private arbitrations, trials, and appeals in state and federal courts.

Scott's background includes prior practice within the corporate litigation division of Delaware's largest law firm, equipping him with distinct proficiency in shareholder class actions, corporate governance disputes, contests for corporate control, contested mergers and acquisitions, internal investigations, and the defense against breach of fiduciary duty claims. In recent years, he has applied this expertise to help clients navigate partnership disputes in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) matters and the affordable housing space.


Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2011, magna cum laude; Lead Articles Editor, Temple Law Review

Oberlin College B.A., English, 2006





  • Obtained complete defense arbitration award as lead counsel for wealth management firm in AAA proceeding defending breach of fiduciary duty and other claims for over $2 million in alleged damages. 
  • Obtained post-trial judgment in favor of national nonprofit provider of affordable senior housing in LIHTC partnership dispute in Washington state court. See Whitewater Creek, Inc. v. National Church Residences of Sprague et al, C.A. No. 20-2-00657-32 (Spokane County Superior Court).
  • Obtained post-trial judgment in favor of general partner clients in LIHTC partnership dispute in a trial seeking to enforce an option to purchase the limited partners’ interests. See Hidden Hills Mgmt., LLC v. AMTAX Holdings 114, LLC, No. 3:17-CV-06048-RBL, 2019 WL 3297251 (W.D. Wash. July 23, 2019).
  • Obtained approximately $1.7 million summary judgment on behalf of plaintiff in action to enforce commercial contract and personal guarantee. See Darigold, Inc. v. Terry’s Dairy, Inc. et al, C.A. No. 19-2-32372-8 SEA (King County Superior Court).
  • Obtained removal of personal representative for breaches of fiduciary duty and other misconduct and post-trial award of attorneys’ fees for client beneficiary in contested estate matter.
  • Obtained favorable result in interlocutory appeal in representation of King County in a default termination case against a contractor. See Frank Coluccio Constr. Co. v. King Cty., 416 P.3d 756, 757 (Wash. Ct. App.), review denied, 192 Wn.2d 1005, 430 P.3d 250 (2018).
  • Obtained favorable result in interlocutory appeal reversing entry of a mandatory injunction against golf course client in water trespass case involving common enemy doctrine issues. Nelson v. Bear Creek Country Club Homeowners Ass'n, 24 Wash. App. 2d 1032 (2022).
  • Secured favorable settlement as counsel to healthcare system in class action alleging violations of Washington’s Charity Care Act in advance of class certification.
  • Representation of special committee of board of directors conducting investigation into derivative demand based on allegations related to off-label marketing and claims asserted against public pharmaceutical company under the False Claims Act in underlying qui tam action.
  • Representation of financial services company in disputes with investment advisors and customers, including arbitrations before FINRA.
  • Representation of healthcare organization in administrative proceedings to obtain the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner’s approval of proposed acquisition.
  • Representation of health maintenance organization in interpleader action and subsequent adversary action regarding payments owed under terminated group provider agreement.
  • Representation of numerous boards, merger targets, and acquirers in defending against preliminary injunction applications and subsequent class action litigation. See, e.g. In re Volcano Corp. S’holders Litig., 143 A.3d 727 (Del. Ch. 2016); In re Zale Corp. S’holders Litig., 2015 WL 5853693 (Del. Ch. October 1, 2015); In re TIBCO Software Inc. S’holders Litig., 2014 WL 6674444 (Del. Ch. November 25, 2014); In re Morton’s Rest. Grp., Inc. S’holders Litig., 74 A.3d 656 (Del. Ch. 2013).
  • Representation of pharmaceutical company in successful post-trial defense of books and records action, a judgment subsequently affirmed on appeal. Se. Pa. Transp. Auth. v. Abbvie Inc., 2015 WL 1753033 (Del. Ch. Apr. 15, 2015), aff’d, 132 A.3d 1 (Del. 2016).


Insights & Presentations

Co-presenter, “15-Year Structuring—Litigation Lessons Learned,” 24th Annual Utah Housing Matters Conference, September 2, 2020

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