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Joseph A. Sacher, Esq.
Gordon & Rees LLP
Joseph A. Sacher is an experienced and accomplished trial lawyer with a proven track record of representing clients in high-stakes matters involving Complex Commercial and Business Litigation, SEC Defense, Securities Litigation, and Appeals.
In September of 2015, Mr. Sacher was recruited by the California-based National law firm of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP, and joined its Miami Office, as a Partner in its Commercial Litigation, Securities Litigation, Appellate, and Banking & Finance practice groups. Gordon & Rees is a full-service firm focusing on complex litigation, appeals, and sophisticated business transactions, with more than 800 lawyers admitted in more than 40 U.S. States, as well as Canada, Mexico, and Hong Kong, with 47 U.S. offices located in 30 states.
From 1998 until 2015, Mr. Sacher was an Associate, Director, and Name Partner of the boutique law firm Sacher, Zelman, Hartman, Paul, Beiley & Sacher, P.A. There, he provided advice, representation, and advocacy to local, national, and international clients, domestic and international private and public companies, national and international banks and financial institutions, local and national accounting firms, large commercial real estate companies, and high-net-worth individuals.
Joseph A. Sacher is a highly regarded and recognized South Florida attorney, who concentrates his practice in the areas of Securities Litigation, SEC Defense, Complex Commercial and Business Litigation, and Appeals. Detailed background information can be found in each of the following Practice Areas:
Joseph Sacher Selected for Fifth Year by His Peers for Inclusion in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®August 16, 2018
Joseph Sacher Assists Multi-Office Team with Complex, Multi-State and International Investment and Real Estate DisputeJuly 29, 2018 Settlement of highly complex dispute with litigation in Phoenix, Arizona and Miami, Florida, and parties located in the United States, Colombia, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic.
BREAKING NEWS: The U.S. Supreme Court Finds That SEC "In-House" Administrative Law Judges Are "Inferior Officers" Subject to the Appointments ClauseJune 21, 2018
BREAKING NEWS: The U.S. Supreme Court just found that SEC "In-House" Administrative Law Judges are "inferior officers," subject to the Appointments Clause -- something that the Securities defense bar has been arguing for years.
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