D. Scott

D. Scott Rendleman

Direct: 303.383.4084
Fax: 303.383.4081
Alt: 312.375.3734

Scott Rendleman has 25 years of experience as a trial attorney representing all levels of the healthcare industry: healthcare networks, hospitals, physicians, nurses and health aides. Most of Scott’s trials have involved catastrophic injuries or death with substantial damages claims. Scott has successfully defended the medical profession in both federal and state courts and before administrative bodies. Scott joined the firm’s Denver office as Partner in 2017 as part of the firm’s expansion in a market committed to health and wellness.

Professional Background

Prior to moving to Colorado in 2011, Scott was Partner in a Chicago medical defense and commercial litigation firm, where he tried catastrophic injury and death cases for physicians, hospitals and non-healthcare corporations. In Colorado, Scott is a trial lawyer defending healthcare practitioners and healthcare corporations against high exposure claims of professional negligence, hospital negligence, negligent credentialing, consumer fraud, willful and wanton conduct and Section 1983 violations. Scott has presented to lawyers on strategies for representing healthcare providers and corporations in litigation, and he has written on topics including Peer Review privileges and jury instructions.

Since 2005, Scott has been AV®-rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest rating for legal ability and ethics by the gold standard for attorney evaluations.

Scott and his family live in Boulder, Colorado, where they enjoy skiing, biking and golf. 


Denver, Colorado
475 17th Street
Suite 800


University of Illinois College of Law, J.D. (1993)

Illinois State University, B.A., cum laude (1990)

bar admissions

Illinois (1993)

Missouri (1994)

Colorado (2009)

Wyoming (2020)


U.S. District Court, Southern District of Illinois (1993)

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois (1996)

U.S. District Court, District for Colorado (2011)

Professional and Community Organizations

Colorado Bar Association, Healthcare Law Section

DRI, Medical Liability and Health Care Law Section

American Bar Association, Litigation Section