Scott McMahon

Contact: Scott McMahon

(613) 966-5222 Ext. 255
(613) 961-7991
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Assistant: Denise Sherry

(613) 966-5222 Ext. 254
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Scott McMahon is a partner in the firm litigation group. Most often, he appears before the Superior Court of Justice on civil litigation matters for individuals and small businesses. Scott has also appeared for hearings in Divisional Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal. His civil litigation work is wide ranging from estate litigation and employment law to insurance law and commercial disputes involving various subject matter (commercial leasing, partnership and other business associations, debt and property recovery). He is regularly called upon for the conduct of motions, applications, trials, arbitrations and other hearings.

Details oriented and creative, Scott takes personal care in all client matters. When you hire Scott, you are getting a “hands-on” lawyer who will be the person to work on your case. That is how Scott gets to know you and your case well enough to bring it to conclusion. Years spent in family law have also led Scott to an appreciation of the value of a practical approach to conflict resolution. And, these days, practical approaches are more important than ever.

Born and raised in the East End of Belleville, Scott attended Trent University for his undergraduate degree where he received multiple academic fellowships and successfully negotiated the first ever self-government and land claim resolution in the history of the Aboriginal Law program. From there, he attended Osgoode Hall Law School (graduating in 2007) where he worked for a Professor on a report delivered to the European Union on Human Rights-related matters.

Scott lives in Belleville with his wife and their robust and outspoken housecat. Among numerous ways to unwind, Scott enjoys everything about baseball and playing his guitar.