Scott Martin

Shareholder
New York,  NY  U.S.A.
Phone212.801.2231

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Experience & Credentials
 

Practice Areas

  • Litigation
  • Class Action Litigation
  • Antitrust Litigation & Competition
 
Contact InfoTelephone: 212.801.2231
Fax: 212.801.6400
http://www.gtlaw.com/People/Scott-Martin
 
University Stanford University, A.B., with honors, 1987
 
Law SchoolStanford Law School, J.D., 1990 Member, Stanford Law Review
 
AdmittedNew York; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; Supreme Court of the United States; District of Columbia (inactive)
 
Memberships 

Professional & Community Involvement
•Member, New York State Bar Association, Antitrust Section
•Executive Committee, 2010-Present
•Member, American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust
•Civil Redress Task Force, Current
•Long-Term Planning Committee, Current
•Co-Chair, Trial Practice Committee, 2010-2012
•Editorial Board, Antitrust Law Developments (Seventh)
•Business Torts and Civil RICO Committee, Advisory Board 2009-Present, Chair, 2006-2009, Vice-Chair, 2003-2006
•Member, Law360, Competition Editorial Board, inaugural year and current

 
BornHammond, Indiana, June 21, 1965
 
Biography

Scott Martin is 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.

Areas of Concentration
•Antitrust
•Complex commercial litigation
•Class action

Associated News & Events
09.24.14 72 Greenberg Traurig New York Attorneys Recognized in 2014 Edition of New York Metro Super Lawyers
08.21.14 31 Greenberg Traurig New York Attorneys Included in 2015 Edition of Best Lawyers in America
05.28.14 2014 Edition of Chambers USA Guide Recognizes Greenberg Traurig New York Attorneys
05.23.14 Greenberg Traurig Attorneys, Practices Included in 2014 Chambers USA Guide
02.21.14 6 Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Appointed to Editorial Advisory Boards
08.21.13 29 Greenberg Traurig New York Attorneys Included in 2014 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America
06.04.13 2013 Edition of Chambers USA Guide Recognizes Greenberg Traurig New York Attorneys
05.28.13 Chambers USA Guide 2013 Includes 175 Greenberg Traurig Attorneys, 33 Practice Areas
02.13.13 Four Greenberg Traurig Shareholders Appointed to Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards
10.12.12 Greenberg Traurig's New York Attorneys Recognized in 2012 Edition of Super Lawyers

Published Articles
06.19.12 Inside The 2nd Circ. Approach To Anderson News (subscription)
12.15.10 A Review Of 2010 Antitrust Class Actions

Alerts
11.17.14 'Class Action, Lots of Foam? That'll Be $1 Billion.'
11.17.14 Antitrust Quarterly, Fall 2014
08.14.14 FTAIA Remains a 'Foreign' Statute Open to Multiple Interpretations
05.20.14 DOJ and FTC Opine on Information Sharing: When Cybersecurity Is Threatened, Antitrust Laws Are Not - If Properly Done
08.19.13 It May Be Steel, but Its Supply is Elastic: Eleventh Circuit Rejects Market Definition That Fails to Account for Ease of Entry
08.19.13 Antitrust Quarterly, Summer 2013
02.28.13 Antitrust Quarterly, Winter 2013
08.29.12 Antitrust Quarterly, Summer 2012
06.07.12 Antitrust Quarterly, Spring 2012
02.29.12 Antitrust Quarterly, Winter 2011-2012

Awards & Recognition
•Listed, The Best Lawyers in America, Antitrust Law; Litigation - Antitrust, 2012-2015
•Listed, International Who's Who of Competition Lawyers and Economists, 2013-2014
•Listed, International Who's Who of Business Lawyers, 2013-2014
•Listed, Chambers USA Guide, 2006-2014
•Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, New York Metro Super Lawyers, 2006-2014
•Listed, Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Competition & Antitrust Lawyers, 2012
•Listed, The Legal 500 United States, 2009
•Listed, Who's Who in American Law
•fellow, American Bar Foundation
•Recipient, Legal Aid Award, the Legal Aid Society, 2006

Articles, Publications, & Lectures

Articles

In addition to various firm and bar association publications (some of which are available by reprint on Martindale.com), Scott's articles include:
•Author, After American Needle, Is Everything Old New Again? Competition Law360, August 4, 2010
•Author, Can Anyone Keep a Secret Anymore? Beware the differing privilege regimes in the global environment, New York Law Journal, November 16, 2009
•Author, “The linkLine Decision: Section 2 Gets Squeezed Further,” GCP: The Online Magazine for Global Competition Policy, April 2009
•Author, “Antitrust Injury in Robinson-Patman Cases: What's Left?,” GCP: The Online Magazine for Global Competition Policy, November 2008
•Author, “One Year Post-'Twombly,' Trends Emerge,” New York Law Journal, August 25, 2008
•Co-Author, “A Rule Of Reason For Vertical Price Fixing - Part II,” The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Volume 15, No. 11, November 2007
•Author, “A Rule Of Reason For Vertical Price Fixing - Part I,” The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Volume 15, No. 10, October 2007
•Author, Antitrust in Distribution - Tying, Bundling and Loyalty Discounts, Resale Pricing Restraints, Price Discrimination - Part I,” The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Volume 14, No. 4, April 2006

Other Publications
•Co-Author, “Settlement Practice from Both a Plaintiff and Defense Perspective,” Chapter, American Antitrust Institute Handbook on Private Enforcement of Competition Law (U.S. Edition), forthcoming 2012
•Co-Author, Chapter (Section 5 of the FTC Act), Business Torts & Unfair Competition Handbook (3d ed.), forthcoming
•Author, Chapter (New York), State Antitrust Practice and Statutes (Fourth), 2009
•Author, “Litigating International Antitrust Cases,” Chapter, J. von Kalinowski, Antitrust Counseling and Litigation Techniques, 2007 and update
•Co-Author, “Private Antitrust Litigation,” Chapter, Global Competition Review - Getting the Deal Through, 2005
•Co-Author, “Advising Foreign Clients on US Antitrust Law,” Chapter, Asia Pacific Antitrust & Trade Review, 2005

Lectures/Panels

In addition to various firm and in-house presentations, Scott's speaking engagements include:
•Speaker, Competitor Collaborations: US and EU Joint Venture Law, ABA Section of Antitrust Law, April 2013
•Speaker, 'Have I Got a Deal for You': Big Sellers, Big Issues, New York City Bar Association, January 2013
•Moderator, Discovery by Leaps and Bounds: Practical Issues in International Antitrust Cases, ABA Section of Antitrust Law, November 2012
•Speaker, Comcast v. Behrend: Rigorous Analysis - How Much Is Too Much? New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) Antitrust Law Section, October 2012
•Speaker, Pricing Fundamentals: Pricing Tied to Other Offerings, ABA Section of Antitrust Law, February 2012
•Speaker, “Settling Class Action Litigation,” American Antitrust Institute 5th Annual Future of Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference, December 2011
•Speaker, “Trying a Case Involving Mixed Vertical and Horizontal Restraints: The Legal, Economic and Practical Considerations,” ABA Section of Antitrust Law, October 2011
•Speaker, “International Cartel Enforcement in the Digital Age: Collection and Use of Evidence Beyond Borders,” New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) Antitrust Law Section, January 2011
•Speaker, “New York's Donnelly Act: Another Tool in the Chest?,” NYSBA Antitrust Law Section and ABA Section of Antitrust Law, July 2010
•Speaker, Pricing Issues, PLI Antitrust Counseling & Compliance Seminar, February 2010
•Speaker, “Robinson-Patman - Price Discrimination,” Practising Law Institute (PLI) Advanced Antitrust Seminar: Distribution & Marketing, annually 2003-2009
•Speaker, “Tying and Bundling - Consumer-Friendly Offers or Exclusionary Conduct?” ABA Section of Antitrust Law, May 2009
•Speaker, “Mastering the Discovery Process for the General Counsel: How to Master the Costs and Burdens of Federal Discovery,” Incisive Media, November 2008
•Speaker, “Bundled Discounts: Careful Practice in the Face of Unsettled Law,” Ohio State Bar Association Antitrust Institute, November 2008
•Speaker, “Antitrust Developments - A Busy Supreme Court Term Plus A Look at Joint Marketing Activities and Information Sharing,” ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources, 21st Annual Petroleum Refining and Marketing Law Roundtable, October 2006
•Session Chair, “Antitrust Meets Civil RICO on a Grand Scale,” ABA Section of Antitrust Law, March 2006
•Speaker, “Vive le Difference: Dealing Effectively with State Enforcers,” ABA Section of Antitrust Law, March 2006
•Defense Counsel, ABA Antitrust Litigation Course: Mock Trial, October 2005
•Panelist, “Lest We Not Forget: State Law Constraints on Price by Robinson-Patman Act,” ABA Section of Antitrust, June 2005
•Session Chair, “Defending Against Employee Raiding,” ABA Section of Antitrust Law, March 2005
•Session Chair, “Assessing an Unfair Competition Case Under California Section 17200,” ABA Section of Antitrust Law, March 2004
•Speaker, Price Discrimination and Slotting Allowances, Conference Board Antitrust Conference, March 2003
•Speaker, The Front Lines: Prudent Business Decision-Making in Light of the New Realities of Distribution, March 2003

 
Reported CasesSignificant Representations; Obtained summary judgment for defendant in class action alleging attempted monopolization in waste disposal industry. Structured early resolution of monopolization claims in recycling industry. Obtained complete dismissal, in widely cited decision, of price discrimination claims against major retailer involving multiple plaintiffs and scores of automotive parts and products. Defeated injunctive class certification in case of first impression and obtained order precluding all damages in price discrimination and state law unfair competition litigation against major retailer, leading to dismissal of action. Negotiated resolution of significant DOJ actions with no action taken with respect to our client alone. Defended major health insurance company against monopolization allegations and other competition-related claims. Plaintiff abandoned claims after successive motions to dismiss. Obtained a complete defense jury verdict against a competitor's challenge to bundled rebates on medical products, and subsequently reached resolutions of direct purchaser class actions and of a similar competitor action for less than one percent of asserted damages claims. Defended carbon fiber manufacturer in connection with a six-year criminal investigation by the DOJ into possible price-fixing and market allocation (no indictment issued), as well as related federal class action, opt-out case, state indirect purchaser class action, and False Claims Act litigation, all of which were resolved. Structured a widely-reported, crucial resolution of a massive litigation involving claims that the major recorded music companies and three major retail chains fixed the prices charged to consumers of pre-recorded CDs in violation of federal and state antitrust and consumer protection laws, with an innovative product-based settlement and a cash payment of less than ten percent of the amount originally sought. Coordinated multi-jurisdictional litigation involving business-critical non-compete issues for leading fund-raising organization. Some of the above matters were handled by Mr. Martin prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
 
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FTAIA Remains a 'Foreign' Statute Open to Multiple Interpretations
Scott Martin, August 18, 2014
Congress enacted the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act (FTAIA) in 1982 to clarify the extraterritorial reach of the Sherman Act. Subsequently, the FTAIA itself was the subject of a further clarifying opinion by the Supreme Court barely a decade ago - one that, unfortunately, left open to...

DOJ and FTC Opine on Information Sharing: When Cybersecurity Is Threatened, Antitrust Laws Are Not - If Properly Done
Scott Martin, May 23, 2014
In an April 10, 2014 joint policy statement (Policy Statement), the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission expressly reassured entities seeking to share information concerning cybersecurity threats that it could be accomplished without raising antitrust...
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