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Scott Shelton
Associate
Washington +1 202 662 5980 sshelton@cov.com Download V-card

Scott Shelton is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office, where he is a member of the International Trade and Litigation practice groups. Before joining the firm, Mr. Shelton clerked for Judge Julia Smith Gibbons on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Mr. Shelton is a member of the District of Columbia and Illinois bars.

  • Represents an international chemicals company before the U.S. Department of Commerce in an antidumping investigation of polyethylene terephthalate resin.
  • Represented one of the world’s largest steel companies in proceedings before the International Trade Commission involving allegations of unfair imports based on falsely designated goods.
  • Represented an international automotive parts company in products-liability litigation in federal multi-district litigation and state courts.
  • Represented a major digital security and convergent media solutions company in high stakes patent litigation before the International Trade Commission and in Federal District Court.

Pro Bono

  • Represented a wrongfully convicted former prisoner in section 1983 proceedings in federal court.
  • Represents a capital defendant in post-conviction proceedings in Alabama state court.

Previous Experience

  • Hon. John J. Tharp, Jr., U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Judicial Extern (2014)