Scott Wilson advises clients in government and internal investigations, white collar criminal matters and high-stakes litigation, often with an international component.

Companies, boards and senior executives rely on Scott to handle sensitive and multi-dimensional matters involving the government, the courts and the media. He has represented some of the most successful multinational companies in the world in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), sanctions and other white collar and regulatory matters. In addition to his government-facing practice, Scott represents clients in complex business disputes in federal and state courts and domestic and international arbitration. Scott's clients have included leading US and foreign companies in the consumer goods, sports, banking, asset management, technology and real estate industries.

Scott previously served as Senior Advisor and Special Counsel to the New York Attorney General (NYAG). As a member of the NYAG's executive staff, Scott helped oversee a wide range of civil and criminal investigations, negotiated high-profile settlements and served as a liaison to other state and federal agencies in connection with the Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS) Working Group co-chaired by the NYAG. In the courtroom, Scott served as trial counsel and argued appeals in enforcement proceedings brought under New York's anti-fraud, consumer protection and not-for-profit corporate governance laws.

Scott speaks frequently about white collar issues and has lectured on government investigations and sports corruption at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, the ABA National Institute on White Collar Crime and Columbia Law School.