Scott I. Unger is a Shareholder and member of Stark & Stark’s Litigation Group, where he concentrates his practice on litigation arising out of business and commercial disputes. Mr. Unger regularly counsels business owners on the prosecution and defense of minority oppression litigation (corporate divorces), breach of contract cases, uniform commercial code (U.C.C.) litigation, consumer fraud claims, appellate practice, employment, and estate litigation. He has extensive experience litigating cases in a variety of jurisdictions, including, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Massachusetts, Texas, and Maryland.
Mr. Unger is also a member of the Employment Group at Stark & Stark, where he is responsible for managing labor and employment work handled by the ﬁrm. He represents his clients in all aspects of labor and employment law, concentrating his practice in employment litigation and employment counseling.
Prior to joining Stark & Stark, Mr. Unger worked with the Ohio State University’s athletic department. He was responsible for ensuring that Ohio State’s coaches, athletes, and boosters adhered to NCAA, Big 10 and Title IV rules and regulations.
Recently, Mr. Unger authored chapters of an American Bar Association Treatise entitled “Business Divorce,” specifically addressing the minority oppression cause of action and procedural limitations associated with asserting derivative claims. Mr. Unger is also a frequent lecturer on shareholder/member oppression, commercial litigation, and business torts.
Mr. Unger is a frequent contributor to the New Jersey Law Blog. You can read his most recent blog post here.