June 1, 2021 – Scott A. Remington, Clark Partington Firm President and Managing Shareholder, and wife Amie M. Remington, Landrum HR General Counsel, were recently featured in the Summer 2021 issue of Florida State University’s College of Law Alumni Magazine, in an article entitled, “The Remingtons: A Florida State Family.” The full article linked below, elegantly written by Christi N. Morgan, FSU Director of Communications, provides the reader with a glimpse into the Remingtons’ personal and professional lives, revealing all the ways in which their narratives have been interwoven with FSU’s threads of garnet and gold.
For the Remington Family, Florida State University has long been, and continues to be, a treasured institution in their lives. In Morgan’s article, Mr. Remington is quoted as saying, “I’m proud that my parents, my wife and I, and now our daughter have all spent time at Florida State. It is a great family legacy and tribute to the university for which we are very proud. Florida State is always something we can all share as a family—over three generations.”
Read the full article here: https://clarkpartington.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/The-Remingtons-A-Florida-State-Family.pdf
Scott Remington divides his time between the practice of law and serving as the firm’s President & Managing Shareholder. He practices in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property Litigation, Government Relations & Lobbying, Securities & Shareholders Disputes, and Real Property Litigation. Scott’s clients include individuals, banks, and businesses across the Southeast. He has substantial experience in other areas of commercial litigation, including bankruptcy, corporate wind-up and involuntary dissolutions.
As President, Remington is responsible for day-to-day oversight of the firm’s five offices and approximately 100 employees stretching across the Florida Panhandle into Lower Alabama. Prior to serving as President, he was a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee and Chairman of the Commercial Litigation Department. Remington regularly represents clients before public boards and bodies. For his work in the public sector, he was recently recognized as #22 on the Independent Weekly’s “Power List”—a list of the 100 most influential people in the community. He currently serves as General Legal Counsel for Triumph Gulf Coast, Inc. and for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos. Scott is active in the Episcopal Church serving as Florida Chancellor for the Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast and as a member of the National Church’s Planning, Budget & Finance Committee. Scott Remington currently serves on the FSU Alumni Association Board of Directors.
About Clark Partington:
Clark Partington constantly surveys the ever-changing legal landscape to provide up-to-date and responsive counsel to our clients. Clark Partington is the largest business focused firm in the Florida panhandle with offices in Pensacola, Destin, Grayton Beach & Tallahassee. The firm also maintains a presence in South Alabama with an Orange Beach office. Since 1976 Clark Partington has grown to over forty lawyers and has served the people and businesses of Florida through an innovative and collaborative approach to practicing law. Our lawyers are consistently recognized for their service to the profession and excellence in the courtroom. More information about the firm’s practice, its attorneys, and recognitions may be found at www.clarkpartington.com.