Andrew Scavotto Recognized for Pro Bono Work, Honored with Good Apple Award
Missouri Appleseed has honored Stinson LLP Partner Andrew Scavotto with its third annual Good Apple Award. The Good Apple Award recognizes volunteers who have extended themselves and risen above the typical pro bono commitment to justice.
Missouri Appleseed is an independent nonprofit organization that champions the rights of society's most vulnerable populations. Their mission is to develop solutions to community problems with a goal of providing all Missourians an opportunity to live healthy, dignified and productive lives. Through advocacy, education and research, Missouri Appleseed works on issues at the intersection of criminal justice reform and public health.
Scavotto has assisted Missouri Appleseed with a variety of research and policy projects ranging from efforts to expand access to criminal expungement, driver's license reinstatement and access to visitation with minor children for incarcerated parents. Since 2017, Scavotto has donated 163 hours to Missouri Appleseed.
Scavotto is an experienced trial attorney and litigation strategist who represents businesses in challenging, high-stakes disputes and investigations. He has handled numerous contract disputes and business tort lawsuits (for both plaintiffs and defendants) involving fraud claims, representations and warranties, and other claims arising from mergers and acquisitions. He also has significant experience with class actions and other business tort matters including non-compete/non-solicitation agreements, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, and shareholder disputes. Additionally, Scavotto serves on the firm's Pro Bono and Associate Development Committees.
Scavotto will be recognized as a Good Apple Award recipient at Missouri Appleseed's third Annual Good Apple Reception, Wednesday, June 8.