Scott Megregian is Co-Practice Group Coordinator of the firm’s global Antitrust, Competition and Trade Regulation practice group and a partner in the firm’s London and Brussels offices. He is a Competition and Regulatory partner and has more than 25 years of antitrust and competition experience, drawn from both sides of the Atlantic and spans transactional, dispute resolution, government investigation, regulatory and counselling engagements. Scott has extensive experience advising clients in the mining and metals, energy, chemicals, defence, sports and intellectual property sectors.
Scott also advises clients on regulatory issues in particular those arising from the EU's environmental initiative REACH. Scott advises clients in understanding and assessing the impact of the REACH and CLP Regulations on their product portfolio, helps companies prepare for REACH, drafts and reviews REACH related agreements as well as drafts legal opinions on the practical implementation of REACH requirements.
Scott was selected as a London Super Lawyer in 2015. Scott is recommended by Chambers and Partners for Competition and EU Law, clients say “he understands our business very well and is good at anticipating the impact of a particular course of action in one jurisdiction and globally.” Scott is also ranked by Legal 500 UK and clients say he is “‘a force to be reckoned with’ where the team handles competition matters for a range of clients.” Scott was also previously recognised as one of the “Top 40 under 40” lawyers by Global Competition Law Review. In addition, Legal 500 Europe recommends Scott for EU regulatory- Chemicals REACH and also Legal 500 UK recognises Scott for regulatory work within the environment sector, with “particular expertise in the EU’s REACH initiative.”
For most of the past decade Scott has practiced in London and Brussels and has focused on European Union competition and regulatory issues. Since October 2001 he was Partner and Head of European Competition Law at a leading international law firm, until joining K&L Gates in January 2010. He is currently Head of the firm's Global Antitrust Practice.