The Supreme Court’s landmark decision yesterday on arbitration agreements has widespread implications for all employers. In Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, a … Read more
Scott Cooper is a partner with Blank Rome. He counsels and litigates in the areas of labor and employment law, regulation, and business litigation. He has a diverse client base, representing large publicly traded corporations, start-ups, partnerships, major nonprofits, and government entities. In addition to leading his practice area, he co-founded and leads the Trade Secret and Non-Compete Litigation group. He appears regularly in print, webinars, seminars, and on television offering insights into these complex areas.
Scott’s clients benefit from his nearly 25 years of courtroom experience, judiciary work, and political and civic involvement, including serving as president/chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association and on the board of trustees for Temple University. Clients commend his "strong strategic vision and analytical prowess, bolstered by a practical business approach." (Chambers USA) Scott previously served multiple terms on Blank Rome’s Partner Board and he was the Firm’s Philadelphia-based hiring partner and co-chair of its summer hiring program.
Before joining Blank Rome, Scott served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Herbert J. Hutton of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and as an academic intern for the chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He is a certified court arbitrator.