Scott N. Wagner is a Partner in Bilzin Sumberg’s Litigation Group, where he focuses his practice on complex litigation, including antitrust actions involving price-fixing, conspiracy claims, monopolization, tying, customer and territorial allocation and predatory pricing claims. He has represented clients in federal multidistrict class actions, opt-out actions, multiple state class actions and international arbitrations, including those involving antitrust, unfair and deceptive trade practices, products liability and qui tam matters.
Scott has conducted several internal investigations and guided corporate and individual clients through DOJ, FTC, SEC and state regulatory investigations. In addition, Scott served as legal counsel to a large national trade association, advising on antitrust, intellectual property and general commercial business issues.
Scott is actively involved in professional associations, and regularly writes and speaks on topics in antitrust law, e-discovery and legal project management. He serves as the Chair-Elect of the Federal Bar Association's Section of Antitrust and Trade Regulation and on the leadership of the Civil Redress Committee of the American Bar Association's Section of Antitrust Law.
Scott also serves on the American Bar Association's Pre-Trial Practice and Discovery Committee on e-Discovery. Scott has been recognized by legal publications such as Chambers USA, Benchmark Litigation, South Florida Legal Guide and Florida Super Lawyers. .