Darryl E. Scott, Founder and Owner

Mr. Scott is a native Texan.  He grew up in La Porte, Texas and now resides in Houston Texas.

Mr. Scott attended the University of Houston where he received a Bachelor of Science in Mechancial Engineering Technolgy.  He has over 17 years of professional IT strategy and transformation experience and is currently registered to file Patent Applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).  Mr. Scott is also an associate Judge with the Houston Municipal Court as well as  certified mediator.

Mr. Scott earned his Doctoral degree from South Texas College of Law Houston.  He received recognition during his scholastic career by competing in moot court and mock trial competitions locally and across the country with the highest ranked advocacy college in the nation.  He has experience in complex contract negotation, buisness develpment and is highly sought after by other attorneys to provide consulation regarding the use of technology in law, technology in law firms, and technology in trial presentation.

Mr. Scott also has extensive trial experience in many areas of the law including Title VII, employment discrimination, personal injury, criminal cases and family law matters including complex divorce and child disputes.

Mr. Scott is now using his engineering, technology, and litigation skills to help protect client's intellectual property rights.


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Njeri Mathis Ruthludge, of Counsel

Njeri Mathis Rutledge is currently a professor with South Texas College of Law Houston where she teaches in the area of Legal Research and Writing.

Mrs. Ruthledge graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in English from Spelman College and earned her law degree from Harvard Law School where she served as technical editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.

After graduating from Harvard she clerked for the Hon. John T. Nixon, Chief District Judge for the Middle District of Tennessee. Professor Rutledge served as an associate for Baker Botts, L.L.P. where she represented clients in the areas of labor and employment, toxic tort and complex civil litigation for four years.

Following Baker Botts, Professor Rutledge entered the public sector as a prosecutor for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. During her years as a prosecutor, Mrs. Rutledge served in the Family Criminal Law Division, Juvenile Division, Misdemeanor and Felony divisions. After leaving the District Attorney’s Office Mrs. Rutledge spent the 2004-2005 academic year as a visiting professor at South Texas College of Law Houston College of Law.

Mrs. Rutledge frequently speaks and writes in the area of domestic violence based on her extensive work with domestic violence victims in the District Attorney’s Office.