Douglas H. Sanders graduated from Duke University with honors in 1996. He attended George Washington University Law School where he graduated from in June of 2000. While in law school, Mr. Sanders interned at the Department of Justice and worked on the Oklahoma Bombing Case. He received distinguished marks for his performance there.
Thereafter, Mr. Sanders joined his family firm, Sanders, Sanders, Block, Woycik, Viener & Grossman, P.C. He handled a large body of personal injury cases. Additionally, he supervised the pleadings and motions departments and attended court conferences and conducted depositions. In 2001, he joined Sanders & Grossman, P.C. and engaged in the practice of no fault medical billing collections. Mr. Sanders became that firm’s operations managing partner in charge of human resources, technology, program development and legal process.
He continued that role in Sanders, Grossman, Fass & Muhlstock, P.C. that later merged with Baker, Barshay, Neuwirth, LLP to become Baker, Sanders, Barshay, Grossman, Fass, Muhlstock & Neuwirth, LLC — now known as Baker Sanders, L.L.C. Mr. Sanders also is a member of Sanders Viener Grossman, LLP. That firm specializes in mass torts litigation. His role in that firm is to handle heavy motion work and appellate practice.
Currently, Mr. Sanders works in the Puerto Rico location with a focus on overseeing the mass torts division. He recently spoke at the 2016 Puerto Rico Investor Summit among an esteemed roster of leading legal minds, entrepreneurs, holders of political office, and world business leaders.