Mr. Sacher first began his appellate practice in 1996, during his internship with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). There, he assisted the SEC’s Home Office in the defense of an appeal of the largest “penny stock” securities fraud in Georgia’s history (U.S. v. Word).
His appellate experience continued in Atlanta, Georgia, where he initially practiced in the white-collar criminal defense arena, involving alleged public corruption, business fraud, and related appellate matters.
In 1998, Mr. Sacher moved to South Florida and began his civil litigation practice. Since that time, as a component of his core practice areas of Commercial Litigation and Securities Litigation, he has obtained substantial appellate experience in both State and Federal Courts of Appeal.
Mr. Sacher represents Plaintiffs/Appellants and Defendants/Appellees in straight-forward appellate matters, as well as complex multi-party actions, and matters involving cross-appeals.
He has first-hand experience with the following types of appellate matters:
- SEC Enforcement Actions
- Class Actions
- Commercial Disputes
- Business Disputes
- Contract Disputes
- Manufacturing Disputes
- Insurance Disputes
- Family Disputes
- Probate Disputes
- Real Estate Disputes
- Statutory Claims
- Attorneys’ Fees and Sanctions
Mr. Sacher is capable of handling appeals before the following tribunals:
- Civil Appeals before Florida Appellate Courts
- Civil Appeals before Georgia Appellate Courts
- Civil Appeals before U.S. Courts of Appeals
- Appeals from SEC and other Administrative Law Courts