Mr. Sauchik practices in the areas of healthcare and pharmacy law, commercial litigation, and corporate and business law. Mr. Sauchik's transactional practice is focused on representing business clients in various matters involving issues of corporate governance, negotiating and drafting various types of agreements, mergers, sales and acquisitions, and regulatory compliance. Mr. Sauchik's clients are primarily in the healthcare industry, but also include, among others, product distributors, manufacturers, retail establishments, technology firms, pharmaceutical companies and financial firms.
Mr. Sauchik represents healthcare and pharmacy providers in a wide variety of matters, such as business arrangements, mergers and acquisitions, healthcare compliance, audit defense and appeals, and practice management issues. He has particular experience dealing with matters faced by specialty pharmacies. With his in-depth knowledge of the industry and many years of experience in advising healthcare clients, Mr. Sauchik provides sophisticated, cost-efficient and relevant guidance on the highly complicated issues facing healthcare and pharmacy providers. Mr. Sauchik was the lead counsel in many business and financial transactions involving medical practices, specialty pharmacies, and other healthcare providers.
Mr. Sauchik also represents numerous entities and individual clients in New York and New Jersey trial and appellate courts. Mr. Sauchik's notable engagements include representing an international bank in a case in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, in which more than 3,000 plaintiffs sought some $250 million in damages in what they described as the largest civil Internet fraud case ever brought. Other engagements of interest include representing international movie studios in copyright infringement matters in the Eastern District of New York and before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, defending a major import/export operator in a multi-million dollar dispute with a supplier; a case involving an international steel distributor in a products liability dispute in Texas and New York, a Civil RICO action involving one of the largest PEO in the USA, a dispute between a major European private bank and Sberbank of Russia, and many other notable matters. Mr. Sauchik is a member of several professional organizations, including the American College of Healthcare Executives, the American Health Lawyers Association, and New York State Bar Association. He is also a frequent lecturer and author of publications on issues of concern to clients in the healthcare industry.