Scott Kucik has worked in the process serving, investigative, and research field of litigation support for more than 20 years. He has managed all aspects of the business and is well known within many law firms and companies for his work on their behalf. Scott has managed countless high-profile and complex cases in the areas of service of process and research, including: the major automobile litigations (Firestone, Ford, and Toyota) and cases involving high-level corporate officials, members of government, cabinet members, and foreign dignitaries. He has managed assignments for multiple government agencies, including the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Scott is known for offering his time and expertise to assist in pro bono matters and/or matters for clients with limited resources.
He has been featured in the media, including as the subject of a story in the Washington Post, and as an expert on radio. His work has been cited in Wikipedia.
During his career, Scott has accrued vast knowledge in the obscure world of service of process. He advises clients in a number of areas including: foreign subpoenas, service of process by alternative methods, serving evasive or difficult to find individuals, locating defendants and witnesses, researching effective ways in which to serve complex corporations and/or entities, and the rules of service of process.
Scott is well known for his ethical and professional conduct, his diligence and perseverance, and his engaging personality.
Scott is married with 2 kids, 2 dogs, and a cat.