Scott M. Sanders
In 1988, Scott Sanders
began practicing in the fields of Business, Corporate and Contract law.
As the son of a sales representative, Mr. Sanders began an association with the Manufacturers' Agents National Association (M.A.N.A.) in 1989; and has since expanded his area of practice to undertake Contract matters, including sales rep and commission disputes, throughout the United States.
As the world economy began to more quickly evolve in the early 1990's, Mr. Sanders
became proficient in International law affecting off shore manufacturing and domestic sales.
In 1998 he
became one of the first lawyers in California to obtain a triple damage judgment based on California's
Wholesale Sales Commission Protection Act.
In addition, Mr. Sanders
also assists clients with corporate legal matters, including formation of corporations, partnerships and other business entities; counsels businesses concerning securities transactions; and registers securities with State governments and the Securities Exchange Commission
has prosecuted many notable cases and has obtained large settlements and verdicts involving companies such as Hewlett-Packard
, Hughes Aerospace
, McDonnell Douglas
, Hughes Network Systems
, Trend Plastics
, Pelican Products
, and International Micro-Processors
has a 95% success rate in settling or obtaining judgments in sales commission disputes.
A Political Science and Communications graduate of San Jose State University in 1983, Mr. Sanders received his Juris Doctorate degree from Whittier Law School in 1987.
Mr. Sanders stays highly involved with cutting edge Contract law issues affecting sales reps and manufacturers; and has authored several articles which have been published in legal and trade journals on topics related to Contract law, Agency Sales, and International Business law.
The firm's strong network of attorneys, nationwide, and Mr. Sanders'
own ability to gain special admission in all state and federal courts, make Sanders & Montalto, LLP
the right choice for your legal needs!
Scott M. Sanders