Andy Sacks has more than 35 years of experience representing clients before federal and state regulatory agencies, with a focus on consumer protection and competition issues. Andy has served a wide range of clients from virtually all industries, with an emphasis on marketing, technology, and telecommunication companies. He has successfully defended corporate clients in numerous significant federal and state regulatory proceedings, including favorably resolving cases at the investigative stage, after administrative or court litigation has been initiated but before trial, or through completion of successful litigation.

Andy's career has included government service, as a trial attorney in the Division of Advertising Practices, Federal Trade Commission, and as an in house legal executive for major consumer product companies. He has particular experience in counseling clients with respect to truth-in-advertising issues and competitor challenges, such as Lanham Act litigation and self-regulatory challenges before the National Advertising Division of the Better Business Bureau. In 2019, as a Senior Vice President for Legal Affairs at T-Mobile, Andy helped lead the efforts to obtain regulatory approval of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, including negotiating settlements with several state Attorneys General offices, and obtaining merger approval through a litigated hearing at the California Public Utilities Commission.