Scott B. Henrie
Scott Henrie is a Member in the Seattle office where he has practiced since 1982. His practice involves civil litigation with an emphasis on commercial disputes, debtor creditor rights, trusts, receiverships, reorganizations and bankruptcy estates. He has represented clients in numerous accounting disputes and related matters and is currently representing the trustee in the Michael R. Mastro bankruptcy, possibly the largest bankruptcy ever filed in Washington State with over a half billion dollars in claims. He is also currently representing the Round Valley Indian Tribe in connection with breach of fiduciary duty and trust accounting claims in the United States Court of Claims.
Mr. Henrie is engaged in primarily a litigation practice. He has represented clients in jurisdictions from Alaska to California, Montana, Ohio and Texas and before federal, state and bankruptcy judges. He also has experience before appellate and administrative panels. Mr. Henrie has a particular concentration on jury trials.
He has extensive experience with a wide variety of issues including: forensic accounting, professional liability, contracts, trusts, real estate, bankruptcy reorganization, receiverships, secured transactions, insurance, creditor-debtor’ rights, intellectual property, fraudulent transfers and commercial collection.
- Washington State Bar Association
- Litigation Section
- Creditor/Debtor Rights Section
- King County Bar Association
Recognitions & Awards
Mr. Henrie has been recognized by the Seattle Met magazine as a “Top Lawyer” in Commercial Litigation for 2010, a designation based upon Martindale-Hubbell’s ranking of those practitioners in King County who have been judged by their peers to be “AV Preeminent”—the highest peer-review rating available.
University of Utah
B.S., Economics, 1979