Scott Mager has built his nationwide career reputation on securing just and rightful claims for individuals to multi-billion-dollar companies.

Mager was recently honored by a multi-billion-dollar insurance conglomerate with “National Litigator of the Year” – given to only one person. He also created and implemented their National Litigation Plan. His last two major results included awards for $9,400,000.00 and $13,900,000.00.

Among many honors and distinctions, he has lectured at the prestigious Annual Florida Trial Judges Conference; served as an Instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy; awarded the distinguished Eagle Talon Award, given “For Dedication to The Highest Ideals of The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers;” and equally rewarding at a personal level, he served for nearly a decade by invitation of the Florida Bar as an Instructor for “Practice with Professionalism” – the required course for every new attorney. He is also a Mediator and Arbitrator (non-binding).

He has more than 150 case summaries, articles and lectures to his credit, and has taught and lectured at a number of law schools, Ph.D programs, graduate and undergraduate programs. He has co-hosted and appeared on numerous television and radio broadcasts covering legal, motivation and ethical issues.

Mager wrote The Major Appellate Trial Notebook (a trial notebook that provides a quick-reference, thorough collection of case explanations and accompanying citations designed for the experienced trial lawyer’s use before, during and after trial); Florida’s Master Appellate Guide (which provides detailed rules analysis and case citations); The Mediation Book (which teaches sophisticated negotiation skills and has been used as the required text for the training of mediators); and Winning Moot Court Competitions (the nation’s only video/DVD providing a witty and motivational training guide for law students to prepare for their mandatory appellate oral argument, for regional and national competitors, and for practicing lawyers for increasing success at oral argument at the Supreme Court and other appellate level).