Practice Areas: Commercial Litigation
Wayne E. Sanders is a shareholder at Sneed, Vine & Perry, P.C., where he has a wide-ranging litigation practice representing clients in federal court, state court and in state administrative proceedings.
Always cognizant of the strengths and weaknesses of his client’s case, Wayne is also a fierce advocate. That tenacity, tempered by his primary concern for the litigation strategy that is in his client’s best interest, provides clients with an advocate they can trust to give them an honest evaluation of their case but the experience and ability to fight their case to a final trial, to jury or judge, if necessary.
Wayne practices out of the firm’s Georgetown, Texas office in Williamson County.
Wayne represents clients both as plaintiffs and defendants across a broad spectrum of commercial litigation including contract disputes, real estate disputes, construction litigation, disputes over insurance claims, family law matters, and employment disputes. He also represents insurance companies and agents in administrative actions before the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
Wayne grew up exhibiting Charolais heifers and many classes of market livestock, including market steers and market hogs. He has also worked on ranches and comes from a family with a long history of livestock production, animal breeding, and ranch management. While working on his degree in animal science at Texas A&M University, Wayne was a member of the Wool and Mohair Judging Team, Livestock Judging Team, and Meat Animal Evaluation Team. Wayne and his family have a small commercial cow-calf operation and are actively involved in their families’ herds.
This background in livestock production and Wayne’s knowledge of the purebred livestock industry make him an invaluable asset to anyone who has a legal matter involving livestock, genetic or DNA issues, or livestock shows.
Coach of the Williamson County 4H Livestock Judging Team
Coach of the Vista Ridge High School FFA Livestock Judging Team Coach
Board Member Williamson County Livestock Show Association