Ms. Keely Yoes Scott
Donohue Patrick & Scott PLLC
Keely Y. Scott is a Managing partner of Donohue Patrick & Scott, PLLC. She brings 25 years of mediation and litigation experience to her clients. Her areas of concentration are: Mediation/ADR; Professional Liability; Architect and Engineer Liability, Construction Litigation, and Insurance Defense and Insurance Coverage Litigation. Keely is a mediator with Perry Dampf Dispute Solutions. Keely was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on August 3, 1969; was admitted to the Louisiana bar in 1995 and the Texas bar in 2003. Keely is admitted to the U.S. District Courts; Middle, Eastern and Western Districts of Louisiana and the U.S. Court of Appeal, Fifth Circuit. Keely has successfully represented clients in jury and bench trials in Louisiana state and federal courts and in Texas state courts. She has also represented professional clients before the American Arbitration Association, independently selected arbitration panels, the Louisiana Legislature and state administrative boards and commissions. Keely has successfully represented clients in general liability, products liability, professional liability (including architects and engineers, insurance agents and brokers, directors and officers, real estate appraisers, public officials, physicians, social services organizations, etc.), complex personal injury and property damage matters. Keely has experience in the defense of catastrophic injury and multi-party litigation. Keely has served as counsel for domestic insurance companies and London based insurance companies in complex coverage disputes arising out of environmental pollution, products liability and mass and toxic torts. Working in conjunction with various local counsel, Keely has appeared in state and federal courts across the United States. Keely has successfully represented architects, engineers and contractors in litigation involving construction defects, personal injuries, property damage and errors and/or omissions arising out of the construction of sports venues and stadiums, office buildings, convention centers, energy production facilities, condominium and apartment complexes, single family residences, student dormitories, shopping centers, churches, recreational facilities, roads and highways.