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Doug Young represents individuals, business organizations, labor organizations, governmental agencies and non-profit corporations in a wide range of civil matters.
Doug regularly advises businesses and has served as general counsel for a variety of large and small business entities providing medical and surgical, video and entertainment, communications, and technology services. Doug represents buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of small business entities and assets, and represents buyers and sellers in litigation arising out of the sale of a business.
He has served as primary outside counsel for manufacturing, supply, and distribution contract negotiations world-wide for both U.S. and foreign entities.
He 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. He has also served as general counsel for several non-profit entities including those serving persons with disabilities, providing employee counseling services, and providing consumer education.
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, to enforce land use and environmental regulations, and to halt unlawful tax subsidies for developers. He has served as city attorney for several central Texas municipalities.
In the area of consumer protection, Doug represents buyers in connection with defects in new and used homes and defects in title to real property. Doug represents insureds in disputes with their insurers, small businesses in disputes with their lenders, and consumers in connection with defective goods and services or deceptive trade practices.