Scott Hazelgrove is an experienced litigator previously practicing with large international law firms in Washington, D.C. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, antitrust, and product liability. Scott has successfully represented clients in Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice merger investigations, Federal Trade Commission consumer protection investigations, and in Sherman Act class action litigation and has counseled clients in a wide variety of industries including healthcare, medical devices, digital markets, technology, paints and coatings, mass media, oil and gas, supermarkets, construction, and insurance.
Scott received his J.D., cum laude from Loyola New Orleans College of Law, where he served as an editor of the Law Review, and then earned his LL.M. (Master of Laws) in Law and Economics from George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia. Prior to pursuing his legal education, Scott attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and graduated with a B.A. in English.
From an early age, Scott’s parents and even his third-grade teacher predicted he would be a lawyer. He enjoys interacting with his clients and providing excellent service while protecting their rights and best interests. Scott strives to build relationships based on trust and works hard to earn his clients’ and colleagues’ trust and confidence.
A native of North Carolina, Scott is pleased to settle his family in Raleigh. He and his wife are busy with two young children and enjoy beach trips with their families. Additionally, Scott enjoys playing mediocre golf and working with the First Tee of the Triangle to help impact the lives of young people through the game of golf.
- LL.M., George Mason University School of Law, 2010
- J.D., Loyola New Orleans College of Law, 2009
- cum laude
- Loyola Law Review, Editor
- Moot Court Board
- B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006
- District of Columbia
- North Carolina
Professional Associations and Memberships
- American Bar Association, Antitrust Law Section
- Wake County Bar Association
- Author, Arbitrating Section 75-1.1 Claims: Blessing or Curse?, What’s Fair? blog
- Author, Western District Pulls the Plug on Antitrust and Unfair Competition Claims against Duke Energy, What’s Fair? blog
- Co-author, A Review of Fourth Circuit Class-Action Opinions of the Past Year, Best in Class blog
- Author, TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez: A Pyrrhic Victory for Class Action Defendants?, Best in Class blog
Awards and Honors
- The Best Lawyers in America®, Ones to Watch, Antitrust (2023)