An interesting question is "does Scott practice law"?
In an effort to get to the bottom of this question, I took a look on PACER to see if Scott is counsel in any SD FL actions.
Surprisingly, Scott appears (still) as counsel of record for plaintiff Edward Bennett involving rights to his patented and trademarked "Grip Flow System."
Rothstein appears as lead counsel on the complaint, which was removed from state court back in June 2008, along with RRA lawyers Steven N. Lippman and Steven H. Osber (fine commercial litigators btw).
The case is pending before Judge Cooke.
To get a feel for how this case is going, take a look at plaintiff's motion to compel.
In an endorsed order dated 10/28/09 (D.E. 134), Magistrate Judge Bandstra didn't seem to like the motion all that much:
First, the undersigned finds that plaintiffs' motion does not adequately comply with the local rules. The motion does not attach the discovery requests or the responses thereto. As such, the Court cannot discern what obligations, if any, have not been complied with. Further, the undersigned notes that neither party seems to wish to comply with the certification requirements of meaningfully conferring with counsel in an effort to resolve a dispute. A phone call which actually occurs between counsel or a substantive correspondence would be a de minimus requirement to comply with the rule established by this Court. Finally, the undersigned finds the "memorandum of law" wholly inadequate to establish the relief requested in that general case law which does not address the specific issues before the Court do not satisfy the rule's requirements. Accordingly, the motion is denied with leave to refile a proper motion complying with the applicable rules.Ouch -- time to light another cigar and say goodbye to your Ferrari.
UPDATE -- I don't know how I missed The Usual Suspects reference.