Scott J. Kreppein

Scott J. Kreppein

Hauppauge, New York

Scott J. Kreppein has won numerous bench and jury trials throughout Long Island and New York City, and has extensive State and Federal appellate experience.

Mr. Kreppein received his Bachelor of Art’s degree from St. John’s University in 2003, and received his Juris Doctor degree from Brooklyn Law School in 2006.  During law school, he distinguished himself as a member of the Moot Court Honor Society; President of the student chapter of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America; a teaching assistant; and a mock trial competitor and coach.  Mr. Kreppein interned with the NYS Attorney General’s Office, the Port Authority of NY and NJ, and several private firms.

After graduating law school in 2006, Mr. Kreppein spent several years honing his skills as a trial and appellate attorney for a prominent personal injury firm based in Manhattan, where he helped individual clients obtain tens of millions of dollars in compensation, and worked with teams of attorneys throughout the country in various class actions and mass torts.

Since 2010, Mr. Kreppein has regularly represented clients in all areas of civil practice — including matrimonial, commercial, personal injury, employment and general civil practice.  In addition to civil litigation experience, Mr. Kreppein regularly represents clients in transactional matters, ranging from residential home purchases to multi-million-dollar business transactions.

Mr. Kreppein has litigated before the following courts and administrative bodies:  Second Circuit Court of Appeals; United States District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York; New York State Court of Appeals; Appellate Division First and Second Departments; Appellate Term First and Second Departments; New York State Supreme Court (Suffolk County, Nassau County, Queens County, Kings County [Brooklyn], New York County [Manhattan]), Bronx County); and Suffolk County District Courts. EEOC; NY State Division of Human Rights; Suffolk County Human Rights Commission; New York Department of State.