Ms. Saqui is an attorney in the Litigation practice of Conrad & Scherer with an emphasis on complex commercial litigation matters.
Ms. Saqui has been involved in a wide array of commercial litigation matters representing the interests of both entities and individuals in areas of breach of contract, professional negligence, financial disputes, and complex financial civil fraud cases.
Most notably, Ms. Saqui is a member of the firm’s complex litigation team that has been instrumental in leading the recovery efforts on behalf of victims of the infamous billion dollar Ponzi scheme orchestrated by Scott Rothstein.
Ms. Saqui was a law clerk with Conrad & Scherer prior to becoming an Associate at the firm. Prior to that, Ms. Saqui interned for the Honorable Robert B. Carney of the 17th Judicial Circuit Court in Broward County.
Honors & Education
Ms. Saqui obtained her Juris Doctorate, summa cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and her Bachelor of Arts from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL.
During law school, Ms. Saqui served as an associate editor on Nova’s Law Review. She also had the honor of having her article, “Comparative Analysis of Florida’s Admissibility Standards for Medical Causation Expert Testimony Under Frye: Is it ‘Generally Accepted?’” selected to be published in Nova’s Law Review. Ms. Saqui was selected as a research assistant to Professor Ishaq Kundawala and served as a teaching assistant. She was also elected as President of the Intellectual Property Law Society, a student organization of Nova Law.
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