Perry R. Sanders, Jr.
mass tort and complex litigation with special emphasis on business/commercial, pharmaceutical, environmental, entertainment, intellectual property,
serious personal injury and civil rights
Perry attended undergraduate school at University of Arkansas and LSU. He graduated from LSU in 1976. He graduated from LSU law school in 1981. Although he has tried very serious criminal cases, his practice at this time is primarily focused on mass tort and complex litigation. He has been appointed lead or co-lead class counsel in multiple state and federal class actions. He has handled cases in New York, California, Colorado, Louisiana, Vermont, Arkansas, Texas, Illinois, Washington State, Delaware and Oregon. He has done international licensing and transaction work as well as litigation involving foreign corporations and individuals. He is or has been a board member of the Louisiana State Indigent Defender Board, The Louisiana Appleseed Board and The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Center for Legal Studies. He has guest lectured or spoken at universities, civic organizations, Continuing Legal Education seminars and numerous public forums on topics ranging from drug law reform to environmental contamination issues.
Although he does not currently do criminal defense work, he is an outspoken advocate for reform of the criminal justice system and advocates abolishing current drug laws so the criminal justice system can focus on the capture and punishment of rapists, child molesters, murderers and other violent criminals. He is founder of Stop The Hypocrisy™, a company whose mission is to reform the criminal justice system. The company's mission statement can be found at stoptheh.com .