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Doug Young has represented individuals, businesses, and organizations in litigation for over 30 years.
Doug has served as general counsel for a variety of large and small business entities and several non-profit organizations. He represents buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of small business entities and assets, and has represented buyers and sellers in litigation arising out of the sale of a business. He has served as primary outside counsel for manufacturing and supply contract negotiations world-wide for both U.S. and foreign entities.
Doug has served as general counsel for national and local labor organizations, providing representation in all matters before the National Labor Relations Board, and in arbitrations, and contract negotiations. Doug has prosecuted individual and class action wage and hour claims in federal and state courts and in arbitration.
Doug prosecutes suits on behalf of governmental entities for enforcement of environmental protection regulations, and has represented citizen groups and taxpayers in suits to enforce campaign finance regulations, term limits, land use and environmental regulations, and to halt unlawful tax subsidies. He served as city attorney for several central Texas municipalities, and general counsel for special tax districts.
Doug also represents employees in claims of wrongful termination and employment discrimination, negotiates employment agreements, and represents employees in disputes regarding non-competition agreements.
Doug graduated with honors from the University of Texas in 1989 and began practicing with the firm that eventually became Scanlan, Buckle & Young, P.C. after completing a clerkship with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, El Paso Division. He is admitted to practice in the state courts of Texas and the U.S. District Courts in the Western and Southern Districts of Texas. He has served on the board of directors of organizations that serve the homeless and that advocate for environmental protection, and volunteered for years in Austin public schools.