In April of 1998, Scott formed The Law Offices of Mann & Elias with Law School mate, Imad Elias. The firm has thrived ever since, thanks in large part to Scott’s expertise in trying cases but also because of his uncanny ability to provide excellent legal representation yet remain extremely efficient in doing so.
After a year of pro-bono work, Imad finally joined the private sector in 1994 where he developed an expertise in employment law litigation. Over the years, he has represented hundreds of plaintiff employment claims covering all claims of discrimination and harassment. In 1998, Imad left a prestigious business litigation law firm to form the Law Office of Mann & Elias with Scott Mann. He manages the firm’s Employment Law practice.
Rebecca was born and raised in the Catskills in New York as well as Atlanta, Georgia. Rebecca began her studies at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, earning an A.O.S. in Acting. After graduating from AADA, Rebecca took the craft and her love of theater to a new arena – politics. Rebecca continued her studies at Hunter College in New York City, where she earned her B.A. in Political Science, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Rebecca then successfully advocated in New York City and State legislatures and political campaigns on behalf of established non-profits. After a sabbatical interning for Hillary Rodham Clinton in the U.S. Senate, Rebecca turned her passion for advocacy in a new direction – law.