Scott Martin

Hausfeld (New york)
Lawyer

Scott Martin is a lawyer in the Litigation Practice of Hausfeld’ New York office. Before, he was a shareholder in the Litigation Practice of Greenberg Traurig’s New York office. He focuses his practice in the areas of antitrust and complex commercial litigation. He has been instrumental in the defense of numerous high-profile antitrust class actions and civil and criminal international cartel cases for more than a decade. Scott’s experience extends to bench and jury trials in federal and state courts, complex federal multidistrict actions, class actions involving direct and indirect purchasers, parens patriae cases, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Department of Justice (DOJ) investigations as well as other regulatory actions, foreign discovery proceedings and qui tam litigation. Scott also regularly counsels across a wide range of industries on pricing, distribution, competitive intelligence, joint ventures, and non-compete agreements, among other competition issues, and has designed antitrust compliance programs for some of the world’s largest corporations. Clients interviewed by leading legal publications have commented that Scott is a “terrifically talented and surefooted” litigator, “an astute operator who always adds value to proceedings,” and a business-oriented lawyer who “looks to see what the overall issues are and determines how best to approach the representation of those interests, including common sense approaches to exit strategies where feasible.”

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96 Bulletin

Scott Martin The US Second Circuit Second Circuit perforates Matsushita standards in reviewing price-fixing conduct by commercial papers manufactures (Publication Paper Antitrust Litigation)

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Seizing upon the "opportunity to clarify the application of the standards established" more than a quarter-century ago in Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. v. Zenith Radio Corp. for determining the existence of a jury question as to collusive behavior, the Second Circuit reversed a summary (...)

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