LeDouglas is an accomplished attorney who possesses a deep understanding of the business landscape, along with the foresight to proactively identify and address potential challenges. He demonstrates a unique blend of analytical thinking, composure, and strategic acumen. What truly distinguishes LeDouglas from his peers is his exceptional ability to swiftly align business objectives within the context of proactive risk management, complex commercial litigation, and innovative dispute resolution strategies.
Whether standing at the boardroom table or in the courtroom, LeDouglas exudes a composed demeanor that conceals a remarkable tenacity. This tenacity has propelled him through a diverse array of challenges throughout his personal and professional journey, from walking onto the Duke University football team to successfully championing much-needed planned developments as a commissioner for the City of Dallas Planning Commission. LeDouglas earned his Bachelor’s in Economics from Duke University and his law degree from Southern Methodist University.
Over the years, LeDouglas has served a wide spectrum of clients, including local, national, and international entities. His practice encompasses litigating complex commercial cases, drafting forward-thinking agreements, resolving contract disputes, defending against business tort claims, conducting thorough investigations, representing clients in products liability cases, safeguarding intellectual property rights, providing counsel and litigation support in employment disputes, and handling matters related to real estate development finance.
LeDouglas possesses an innately inquisitive and analytical mind, demonstrating an unwavering commitment to attentive listening and focused processing. Clients consistently appreciate his ability to actively engage and truly understand their needs, which informs the development and communication of effective legal strategies. When it comes to business clients, LeDouglas is the trusted choice to lead and advocate for their interests as their external legal counsel.
- Commercial Litigation
- Business Law
- Employment Law
- Intellectual Property
- State Bar of Texas
- Texas Eastern District Court
- Texas Northern Bankruptcy Court
- Texas Northern District Court
- Texas Southern District/Bankruptcy Court
- Duke University – B.A. in Economics
- Southern Methodist University – Juris Doctor
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