Scott Carr has significant experience in defending complex and class action litigation, including claims relating to products liability, consumer fraud, insurance coverage, California Business and Professions Code Section 17200, breach of contract and other matters. His experience extends to all aspects of litigation, including pre-answer motions, discovery, motions for summary judgment, motions for class certification, coordination proceedings and trial.

    Scott has significant experience representing insurance companies in individual cases involving allegations of breach of contract, bad faith and tortious interference with business opportunities.

    Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs, Scott defended companies in complex and class action litigation at two other international law firms.

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    • Defending multiple class actions against major automobile manufacturer alleging product defects and violations of consumer protection laws.
    • Defending a major plumbing products manufacturer in construction defect class actions.
    • Defending a prominent insurance company in nationwide class action alleging breach of contract for failure to pay diminished value on automobile insurance claims.
    • Defending a prominent insurance company in class action alleging unfair business practices relating to medical payment reimbursement practices.
    • Defending a cellular telephone company in multiple nationwide class actions alleging unfair billing practices and unlawful consumer contracts.

    Education

    • University of Virginia School of Law, J.D.
    • University of Oklahoma, B.A., History, Phi Beta Kappa

    Admissions

    • California

    Languages

    • English
    • Spanish
    • Named as a Rising Star in Northern California by Super Lawyers 2013-14
    • Law clerk to the Honorable Norman K. Moon, US District Court for the Western District of Virginia
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