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Scott+Scott Law Firm Bolsters Antitrust Practice Group with Four New Partner Additions


Scott+Scott Attorneys at Law, a global law firm that represents victims of antitrust violations, securities fraud, and other wrongdoing, today announced the strategic addition of four highly respected antitrust partners. The new additions include Karin Garvey, Robin A. van der Meulen, Matthew Perez, and Brian Hogan. Managing Partner David R. Scott commented that “we are […]

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SEVEN SCOTT+SCOTT ATTORNEYS RECONGIZED IN 2023 LAWDRAGON 500 LEADING PLAINTIFF FINANCIAL LAWYERS

SEVEN SCOTT+SCOTT ATTORNEYS RECONGIZED IN 2023 LAWDRAGON 500 LEADING PLAINTIFF FINANCIAL LAWYERS


Scott+Scott is delighted to announce that seven of our attorneys have been selected for inclusion in “Lawdragon’s 500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers in America” guide. 

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Allianz Investment Arm Sued Over $1B Loss From Virus Crash


Scott+Scott filed suit on behalf of a Teamsters Union retirement plan against AllianzGI alleging it abandoned its risk controls and meaningful downside hedging strategies for a fund purportedly designed to weather extreme market volatility.

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UBS, HSBC Pen $28M Settlement In Swaps-Rate Class Action


Banking giants agree to pay $14 million to settle class action claims that they participated in a conspiracy with other banks to manipulate a benchmark interest rate used to set terms for swaps transactions.

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NOVEL INVESTOR RECOVERY: Scott + Scott successfully sues two large banks under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939- a first in federal securities litigation.


Scott+Scott filed suit on behalf of the investor Plaintiffs claiming that when the two banks took over trustee duties on a portfolio of loans from Washington Mutual NA, they ignored the presence of loans with underwriting defects. Scott +Scott was the first firm ever to seek to assist investors by pursuing remedies under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939.

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