In the courtroom, Steve Sanders is dedicated to his clients and stands up to companies of all sizes. He is most proud of winning two larger-than-life cases against an enormous automobile manufacturer and a gigantic insurance company, respectively.

But bully-corporations aren’t the only bosses Mr. Sanders takes down. Outside of the courtroom, Steve is an expert at arcade games and wrote the best-selling guide “The Video Master’s Guide to Donkey Kong.” In 2007, Steve Sanders was even featured in the critically acclaimed documentary The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters.

In the doc, Mr. Sanders provides his insight into the video game and comments on the feud between high-score holders Billy Mitchell and Steve Wiebe. Steve Sanders is a close friend of Mitchell, who is sometimes referred to as “the world’s best gamer.” While this extracurricular activity doesn’t seem like it would apply to the courtroom, the conflict over the record for highest score on the Donkey Kong arcade game is surprisingly high stakes.

Mr. Sanders frequently speaks up on defense of his friend, Billy, and dedicates his personal life to keeping the arcade world honest – just like he focuses his professional life on pursuing justice after wrongdoings in the real world.

Inside and outside of court, Steve Sanders’ activities are highly rated. As a lawyer, Steve holds a 10.0 “Superb” Avvo Rating and Preeminent™ Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®. He has also been recognized by Super Lawyers since 2010.

King of Kong holds a 97% Certified Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and appears on a Business Insider list of the best movies of the 2000s. Critics and moviegoers alike loved the film and complimented it on its entertaining material and compelling direction. The movie has been praised as “wonderful,” “hilarious and eye-popping,” and “one of the best documentaries” critics have ever seen.

Don’t hire a robotic lawyer who will treat you like a statistic. Instead, hire Sanders.Law. Our attorneys have rich lives outside of work and understand what it means to treat clients like people.

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