Michael Sachs, a partner at Adams | Nye | Becht | LLP focuses on cases where an employee’s rights have been violated. Michael has successfully represented employees in cases of: workplace discrimination and harassment, retaliation; failure to pay wages and many other types of cases.
Michael joined Adams Nye in 2004 after graduating from USC Law School. During his more than 10 years with the firm, Michael has provided legal advice and representation to clients throughout California, as well as other states.
In 2001, Michael obtained his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Michigan, graduating with honors. In 2004, he received a J.D. from the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law. While in law school, Michael was a member of the Review of Law and Women’s Studies.
Michael has written articles covering legal issues related to harassment and discrimination, including: “The Mystery of Title VII: The Various Interpretations of Title VII as Applied to Homosexual Plaintiffs,” published by the Wisconsin Women’s Law Journal and “The Homosexual Puzzle: How Courts Deal with Sexual Harassment Claims Brought by Homosexual Plaintiffs,” published by the Center for Research & Education on Gender and Sexuality.
Michael is admitted to practice in all California state courts, in the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Central Districts of California, and the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Michael, a native Californian, lives in San Francisco with his wife and two sons. He is an avid University of Michigan football fan and he and his wife are actively involved in their son’s school.
Joined Firm 2004
California Bar Admission 2004
University of Southern California Law School (Los Angeles, California)
University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan)