• Scott M. Rensch, Esq

  • Associate

    Email: srensch@gobelflakes.com

    Tel: (407) 455-5165

    Fax: (407) 455-5166

     

    Scott was born in California and raised in Hawaii before moving eastward to the Sunshine State.  He attended the University of Central Florida and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Legal Studies and Social and Behavioral Sciences.  After a brief but successful career in the hotel and lodging management industry, Scott obtained his Juris Doctorate from the Florida A&M College of Law in 2013.

    Scott began his career representing small and mid-sized businesses in a broad assortment of corporate and transactional practice, including such wide-ranging topics as trademark appeals, lease-to-sale agreements, and anti-money laundering compliance.  Although he quickly transitioned into civil litigation as the primary focus of his work, Scott still maintains relationships with his previous business clients. In particular, he still serves as general counsel to an Orlando-based craft homebrewing manufacturer that has, with his guidance, executed and renewed purchase agreements with several nationally-recognized retail outlets.  Having worked with many different business owners, however, Scott recognizes the importance of building relationships in the practice of law, and has always brought a similar mindset to his civil defense litigation practice.

    In that regard, Scott has a variety of civil litigation experience focused primarily on insurance defense.  He has worked closely with many of the industry’s largest private insurers, as well as a number of companies who are self-insured and the third-party administrators who manage claims for those organizations.  As a civil defense attorney, Scott has litigated a diverse spectrum of cases, including auto, premises, and products liability, construction defect, negligent security, general liability, subrogation, wage claims, pregnancy and sexual discrimination, and PIP and first-party work.

    Scott is licensed to practice in all Florida state courts.  Outside of work, he regularly volunteers as a Judge in various regional moot court and mock trial competitions, and has been invited to guest lecture at his alma mater regarding business law matters.