Alan Richard Sachs, Esquire is recognized as one of Maryland’s most prominent corporate, securities, and general business lawyers and has organized corporations and formed general and limited partnerships, as well as limited liability companies, in countless commercial contexts. He has represented these entities in connection with their operations and sale and their acquisition of other business entities through tender offers, mergers, outright purchases, acquisition of assets, and by other means.
Mr. Sachs’ practice includes representing investment advisers in their formation and registration with the SEC and the Maryland Division of Securities, and their subsequent compliance with SEC and state law. He has also represented public companies in the registration and public sale of their securities and all other aspects of corporate law and SEC compliance.
A much sought-after speaker, Rick Sachs is also well-published with a myriad of articles relating to his concentrations of practice. He also authored the 3-volume Securities Forms: Practice and Compliance manual, as well as the 3-volume Maryland Corporate Forms-Practice manual, and is currently General Counsel to, and a principal of, a leading national publisher of legal publications.
Mr. Sachs has served as Chairman of: the Section of Business Law of the Maryland Bar Association; the Securities Law Committee of the Section of Business Law of the Maryland Bar Association; and the Securities Law Subcommittee of the Middle Market and Small Business Committee of the Section of Business Law of the American Bar Association. He taught Commercial Law at the University of Maryland School of Law and at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Mr. Sachs earned his BA and his LLB from the University of Maryland School of Law where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and served on the Editorial Board of the Maryland Law Review.