Scott Mayland advises employers and financial institutions, and his practice focuses on the fiduciary responsibility and prohibited transaction sections of ERISA. Scott’s experience includes representing clients with respect to alternative investments, requests for individual prohibited transaction exemptions from the Department of Labor, and Department of Labor investigations of plans and service providers.

Prior to joining the firm, Scott worked at The Ohio State University’s Office of Legal Affairs, where he advised human resources staff administering the University’s employee benefits plans.

Previous Experience

  • Moritz Fellow for Tax and Employee Benefits, The Ohio State University Office of Legal Affairs
  • Volunteer Legal Intern, United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio

My job is to make the law work for our clients and to solve problems.


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