Washington University in St. Louis School of Law,
Associate Editor, Washington University Law Quarterly, 1983-1985
University of Wisconsin-Madison,
B.A., Economics and History, 1980
Honors Program, 1978-1980
Member, Omicron Delta Epsilon (International Economics Honor Society)
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
The Missouri Bar
American Bar Association
Listed in "The Best Lawyers in America"
Real Estate Law, 2016-Present
Thompson Coburn LLP
Lowenhaupt & Chasnoff, LLC
Shifrin & Treiman
National Leased Housing Association, Washington, D.C.
Member, Board of Directors, 1988-Present
Epstein Hebrew Academy
Senior Vice President, 2005-2007
Member, Board of Directors, 2004-Present
Jewish Federation of St. Louis
Member, Board of Directors, 1996-2002, 2005-Present
Chair, Local Agencies Core Allocations Subcommittee, 2006-2007
Chair, Allocation Committee on Aging, 2001-2005
Planning and Allocation Committee, 1999-2007
Memory Care Home Solutions
Vice President and Member, Board of Directors, 2003-2006
Young Israel of St. Louis, Inc.
Vice President, 1991-1992
Chairman, Building Committee, 1992-1994
Jewish Community Relations Council
Vice President, 2002-2004
Vice President, 1999-2001
Chairman, By Laws Committee, 1997-2003
Block Yeshiva High School
Member, Board of Directors, 1999-2005
Douglas represents real estate clients in the development, financing, construction, acquisition, zoning and leasing of various types of real property.
He represents real estate clients in the development financing, construction, acquisition, zoning and leasing continuum of care campuses (i.e., independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing facilities), multifamily housing, manufacturing facilities, shopping centers, office buildings, public utility facilities, schools and conservation areas (including creation of an approximately 145,000 acre sustainable timber management forest, two state parks, and part of a U.S. Wild and Scenic Riverway).
Douglas also serves as outside general counsel to several corporations. He regularly counsels clients on corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, formation of emerging growth companies, private offerings, corporate succession planning and general corporate matters. Douglas represents clients in industries such as real estate, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, medical equipment, petro-chemical, plastics and furniture.
"Securities; Controlling Imprudent Lockups: The Necessity for Federal Legislation";
63 Washington University Law Quarterly 91, 1985
Contributing Author "Federal Mortgage Lending Regulation and State Law Preemption";
Secondary Mortgage Market Guide, Matthew Bender, 1987
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