Scott Zweigel is a results-oriented litigator. Concentrating on complex commercial disputes, Scott has helped clients successfully resolve numerous large and seemly intractable problems. His pragmatic, comprehensive approach serves as a catalyst to finding solutions and helping his clients achieve their business objectives.

As a member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group, Scott represents businesses, financial institutions, healthcare providers, and other companies facing claims in federal courts, state courts, and arbitration, including FINRA arbitration. He has handled a wide range of disputes, including securities litigation and securities arbitration, business tort and breach of contract litigation, class action defense, data breach disputes, electronic discovery issues, restrictive covenant disputes, and other complex contract litigation. Complimenting his litigation practice, Scott is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/US, a certification provided by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Scott has litigated a number of privacy and cybersecurity-related issues, including defending clients facing putative class action claims following a reported data breach. In addition, as a member of Bradley’s Cybersecurity & Privacy Team, Scott regularly reviews privacy policies, addresses privacy and data security issues, and has served as counsel to clients following cybersecurity incidents, including one of the largest reported healthcare-related cybersecurity events in Georgia.

Scott enjoys working with his clients to find successful resolutions to their matters, whether via judgment or negotiated agreement. With his experience in complex litigation, he knows that the path to a successful outcome is never a straight or obvious one, and he is always focused on his clients' strategic objectives. At the same time, Scott’s diligent and disciplined approach allows him to navigate through the tactical processes necessary to reach those objectives.