Scott N. Wagner
Scott led Bilzin Sumberg’s Antitrust Team in achieving tremendous results for major opt-out plaintiffs in the precedent-setting LCD price fixing litigation, one of the largest antitrust litigations in recent history. He currently represents major opt-out plaintiffs in the CRT and Capacitors price-fixing litigations.
In 2016, Bilzin Sumberg was selected as one of only five law firms nationally, as a finalist for the National Law Journal's Elite Trial Lawyers in the Antitrust category.
EducationGeorgetown University, J.D., cum laude, 2002Tulane University, B.A., 1999
InvolvementFederal Bar AssociationSection of Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Chair Elect, 2014 - 2016; Chair, 2016 - 2018American Bar AssociationPre-Trial Practice and Discovery Committee, E-Discovery Committee, 2013 - 2016
Books & Treatises Chair, 2016 - 2017
Membership and Diversity Subcommittee, Chair, 2015 - 2016
Section of Antitrust Law Civil Redress Committee, Leadership, 2013 - 2015
Antitrust and Criminal Justice SectionsDade County Bar AssociationFederal Courts CommitteeLegalBizDev Project Management Advisory BoardMiami Children's MuseumBoard of Directors, 2014 - present
YMCA of South FloridaBoard of Directors, 2017
Bar AdmissionsFloridaNew York
Court AdmissionsU.S. District Court, Southern District of FloridaU.S. District Court, Northern District of FloridaU.S. District Court, Middle District of FloridaU.S. District Court, Southern District of New YorkU.S. District Court, Eastern District of New YorkU.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Band 1, Chambers USA, Antitrust, 2014 - present
Benchmark Litigation, Future Star, 2015; Local Litigation Star, 2016 - present
South Florida Legal Guide, Top Up & Comers, 2013 - 2016; Top Lawyers, 2017 - present
Daily Business Review, Florida Trailblazers, 2019
Florida Super Lawyers, 2019
Florida Super Lawyers, Florida Rising Stars, 2013 - 2016, 2018
Daily Business Review, Most Effective Lawyers - Class Action finalist, 2009; Complex/Business Litigation finalist, 2016
International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award for Advocacy, Georgetown University Law Center
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