Scott Schrader has over 20 years of experience guiding clients through complex high-stakes disputes, with a particular expertise in cross-border disputes and cases involving complex technical issues. Mr. Schrader has handled cases at all stages of the dispute resolution process, from inception of litigation through trial and appeals, in jury and bench trials, and before U.S. district courts, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and arbitral fora. He has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in the area of Intellectual Property Litigation.
In addition to handling intellectual property disputes, Mr. Schrader has defended clients in shareholder derivative actions, securities litigation, environmental insurance coverage claims and lender liability claims, and he also has handled disputes over license and distribution agreements, lease agreements, credit agreements and letters of credit, as well as defending numerous individuals and institutions in regulatory and criminal enforcement proceedings. Mr. Schrader also frequently counsels clients on dispute resolution and intellectual property issues arising in connection with business transactions, including acquisitions and investments.
Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Schrader was an electrical engineer, designing components for complex radar systems, including a low noise amplifier module for which he won the George Westinghouse Signature Award of Excellence.