Scott A. Witzigreuter
3344 Peachtree Road, NESuite 2400Atlanta, GA 30326
T: 404.832.9519F: 404.875.9433
Scott Witzigreuter's civil litigation practice focuses on construction litigation and commercial contract litigation. He has litigated cases on behalf of owners, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, suppliers, materialmen, engineers, design professionals and insurers in Alabama, Nevada, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Nebraska and Ohio.
University of Georgia, B.B.A., cum laude, 1996
University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1999
Bar & Court Admissions
- State Bar of Georgia
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- Georgia Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court of Georgia, Northern District
- U.S. Court of Claims
Represented renowned casino and resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, in dispute with construction manager over construction of $1.8 billion casino and resort and mixed-use property.
Successfully defended general contractor in dispute with subcontractor in two-week jury trial in Jackson, Tennessee.
Successfully arbitrated dispute between owner and contractor involving a project in North Carolina during a six-day hearing in Charleston, South Carolina.
Successfully defended one of the world's largest engineering and design firms in arbitration brought by design/build contractor concerning construction of largest state-funded construction project in South Carolina history.
Awards & Recognitions
Best Lawyers®, Litigation - Construction, 2012-2023
Best Lawyers®, Construction Law, 2021-2023
Super Lawyers Magazine, Georgia Rising Stars List, Construction Litigation (2005-2007, 2009, 2011-2013)
Professional & Community Activities
Atlanta Bar Association
News & Publications
- 4 Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial Attorneys Recognized Among Ones to WatchThe Best Lawyers in America 2023 Edition, August 18, 2022
- Best Lawyers
- Best Lawyers
Events & Speaking Engagements
- October 9, 2019
Conducted seminars for subcontractors, suppliers and materialmen regarding Georgia and North Carolina lien law.