Scott Schreiber, founding Chair of the Securities Class and Derivative Litigation and Securities Enforcement and Litigation Practices, is a seasoned litigator with extensive experience serving as lead trial counsel in defending against actions filed in federal courts and administrative tribunals by the SEC, PCAOB and class and derivative action plaintiffs. He regularly represents corporations, directors, officers, board committees and accountants in civil litigation and business disputes, securities fraud class actions, shareholder derivative and breach of fiduciary duty litigation, including actions related to M&A, public disclosures and accounting disputes. He also represents these clients in connection with regulatory, investigative, enforcement and criminal matters. He advises directors and special board committees in responding to shareholder litigation demands, in conducting independent investigations and in litigation arising out of such demands. Mr. Schreiber also focuses on litigating insurance coverage and bad faith cases and representing foreign corporations, hedge funds, universities and limited partnerships.
He has also rendered public sector service, having been appointed as Special Counsel to the US Congress, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, and as Special Assistant Counsel to the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. He served as Law Clerk to the Hon. William H. Timbers, US Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.
Accountants’ Liability 2014: Confronting Enforcement and Litigation Risks, ALI, Washington, DC
Accountants’Liability 2014: Confronting Enforcement and Litigation Risks, ALI, Washington, DC
Financial Institutions Insurance, Leading Underwriting, Claims and Coverage Strategies, ACI
- BA, Bates College, cum laude
- JD, Columbia Law School
- District of Columbia
- New York
Co-Chair, Directors’ and Officers’ Subcommittee of the Professional Liability Litigation Committee, American Bar Association
President and Chairman, Board of Directors, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Educator/Teacher, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, The Honorable William H. Timbers