Scott is particularly adept at unearthing novel defenses and procedural mechanisms that opposing counsel often miss, which can help resolve cases quickly and save clients time and money.
Formerly a professional cyclist, Scott Wenzel brings his competitive spirit to the practice of law, advocating for clients in the New York and New Jersey state and federal courts, private arbitrations, and mediations.
Drawing on his experience as a federal law clerk and an Am Law 100 associate, Scott combines a keen analytical mind, an eye for factual detail, and a powerful pen to create work product that makes complex arguments clear and persuasive to judges and clients alike. Scott is particularly adept at unearthing novel defenses and procedural mechanisms that opposing counsel often miss, which can help resolve cases quickly and save clients time and money.
Clients also appreciate Scott’s responsiveness and his sensitivity to finding resolutions that align with their business objectives.
Scott previously served as a federal law clerk to the Honorable Debra M. Brown of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, and an associate with Latham & Watkins, ranked second on the Am Law 100, where he honed his skills as a persuasive legal writer and skilled oral advocate.
While in law school, Scott served as managing editor of the Pace Environmental Law Review, was a teaching assistant to Professor Emily Gold Waldman and a research assistant to Professor Leslie Y. Garfield Tenzer. He also interned for the Honorable Patty Shwartz of the United States Circuit Court for the Third Circuit and the Honorable Cathy Seibel of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Prior to practicing law, Scott was a professional cyclist on the Geox-Fuji Test Team based in Belgium.