Chuck M. Douglas
Chuck received his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Georgia Tech in 1998. He later earned a Master’s in Business Administration, with a concentration in finance, from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, and a Juris Doctorate from the Georgia State University College of Law, where he achieved high honors in his business and tax law courses.
Towards the end of his business and law school career, Chuck was recruited to work for the PricewaterhouseCoopers business advisory and consulting team. In his role with PwC, Chuck advised large corporate clients like the Home Depot, Turner Broadcasting, and The Wendy’s Company in complex merger and acquisition, and business planning initiatives.
Chuck is a clever and creative lawyer, with exceptional technical skills and a knack for problem solving. He is as relentless in the courtroom as he is at the negotiating table. Chuck volunteers with GA Lawyers for the Arts, Hands On Atlanta, and Habitat for Humanity; and he is the Vice-Chairman of the board of directors for the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia. He has spoken on entertainment industry panels for The Grammy Foundation, SESAC, GET CONNECTED, KIngdomwood Film Festival and The BronzeLens Film Festival.