David A. Scupp
David A. Scupp is a partner in Constantine Cannon’s New York Office. David concentrates his practice on antitrust litigation and counseling, as well as other commercial disputes. He routinely represents businesses and individuals, on both sides of the “v,” before numerous federal and state courts and in arbitration proceedings.
David’s notable litigation experience includes:
- Representing over 65 of the nation’s largest merchants as antitrust plaintiffs in litigation against payment card networks and issuing banks.
- Representing independent pharmacies in antitrust and commercial disputes, including in litigation and arbitration, against Pharmacy Benefit Managers.
- Representing an aftermarket auto glass wholesaler in federal antitrust litigation alleging a group boycott.
- Representing a technology company alleging misappropriation of trade secrets in the digital marketing space.
- Representing a putative class of riders in an antitrust action against ride hailing company.
- Representing a U.K. sportswear and equipment manufacturer in defamation action against premium cable network.
- Defending private equity firm, its portfolio beverage companies, and their former directors, in shareholder derivative action.
- Defending large government contractor in international arbitration proceedings.
- Representing an owner and operator of television stations across the U.S. in retransmission consent dispute with major cable company.
- Defending a leading test preparation company in antitrust class action.
- Representing one of the nation’s largest privately-owned banks in litigation against a top financial technology services provider.
David also has written, lectured, and been interviewed extensively on matters relating to antitrust law. His analysis has been quoted in a wide range of national publications including USA Today, Sports Illustrated, and CBSSports.com.
David earned a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2005, and a B.S. in Commerce, with a concentration in finance, from the University of Virginia in 2002.
He is admitted to practice in the State of New York and in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.