White & Case (New York)

Scott Hershman

White & Case (New York)
Lawyer (Partner)

Scott is head of the White & Case’s Disputes Section for the Americas. He is a trial lawyer, focused on the representation of Fortune 500 and other companies in connection with the defense of regulatory, white-collar criminal and complex civil litigation matters. Scott also regularly counsels clients on high-stakes corporate litigation strategy and the handling of corporate crises. Scott also has substantial experience advising clients in connection with internal investigations, including investigations involving violations of US economic sanctions, trade embargoes, anti-dumping laws and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and corporate governance and compliance reviews. He has represented financial institutions and other corporations in numerous grand jury and regulatory investigations, as well as individual subjects in a wide array of investigations, prosecutions and enforcement proceedings. As a prosecutor, Scott has tried more than 20 criminal felony cases in New York.

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Articles

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Jack E. Pace, Scott Hershman, Andrew Hammond, Ian Cuillerier, Tripp Odom, edward.so@whitecase.com, pratin.vallabhaneni@whitecase.com The US DoJ releases a positive Business Review Letter blessing the amendments of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association to address interest rate benchmarks (International Swaps and Derivatives Association)

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For the thousands of financial institutions anxiously watching the discontinuation and transition from certain interbank offered rates (“IBORs”), 2020 just got a little less chaotic. On Thursday, October 1, 2020, the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division issued its highly (...)

Agatha Koprowski, Jack E. Pace, Max Shterngel, Owen Pell, Robert Milne, Scott Hershman The New York Court of Appeals holds that state law cannot reach a purely foreign antitrust conspiracy (Global Reinsurance / Equitas)

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In a decision that may reverberate beyond the antitrust context, New York’s highest court - the Court of Appeals - held that the state’s antitrust statute lacks the extraterritorial scope to reach a purely foreign alleged antitrust conspiracy. The decision could have broad implications for (...)

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