Provided by Sacha Dyson
Stetson University College of Law
1998 - 2001
Rochester Institute of Technology
1995 - 1998
Labor and Employment
Media and First Amendment Law
Trade secret, Noncompete, and Unfair Competition
The Florida Bar
Hillsborough County Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Academy of Florida Management Attorneys
Tampa Bay Inn of Court
“Just Say No: Eleventh Circuit Holds Substitute Teachers Can Be Subject to Suspicionless Drug Testing,” The Checkoff, The Florida Bar Labor and Employment Section, April 2019
Co-Author, “For Whom the Clock Tolls: The Supreme Court Holds Supplemental Jurisdiction Suspends State Statute of Limitations,” The Checkoff, The Florida Bar Labor and Employment Section, June 2018
Co-Author, “The Seventh Circuit Holds that the ADA Is Not a Medical-Leave Entitlement Statute,” The Checkoff, The Florida Bar Labor and Employment Section, March 2018
Co-author, “Middle District of Florida Overhauls Pro Se Resources and Increases Access to the Courts,” 11th Circuit Historical News, Summer 2015
“Practicing to Deceive: Using the Doctrine of Judicial Estoppel to Untangle the Web in Employment Cases, Part II,” The Florida Bar Journal, July/August 2015
“Practicing to Deceive: Using the Doctrine of Judicial Estoppel to Untangle the Web in Employment Cases, Part I,” The Florida Bar Journal, June 2015
“Reading Between the Lines of Lane v. Franks: Is the Court Signaling a Willingness to Recede from Garcetti?” The Checkoff, The Florida Bar Labor and Employment Section, September 2014
“Adventures in Babysitting: The Supreme Court Extends Sarbanes-Oxley Protection to Certain Household Employees and Employees of Contractors,” The Checkoff, The Florida Bar Labor and Employment Section, May 2014
Sacha is board certified in Labor and Employment Law by The Florida Bar. She represents businesses, governmental entities, and educational institutions in labor, employment, education, housing and other civil rights disputes. She is the chair-elect of the Labor and Employment Section of The Florida Bar as well as a member of the Labor and Employment Law Certification Committee and Clients' Security Fund Committee of The Florida Bar. Sacha is an experienced litigator representing clients in jury trials, labor arbitrations, and administrative hearings. She also served as the chief negotiator for management in collective bargaining negotiations with unions. She is a frequent author and lecturer on labor, employment, and higher education law.
Sacha served six years as a judicial law clerk in the Middle District of Florida Ft. Myers and Jacksonville divisions to Judge Howard T. Snyder, a United States Magistrate Judge, and Judge Marcia Morales Howard, both when she was a United States Magistrate Judge and after she was confirmed as a United States District Judge. Sacha practiced for 12 years at the top labor and employment boutique firm in Tampa, Florida.
Sacha Dyson regularly represents employers in contentious matters involving allegations of discrimination, retaliation and sexual harassment.
"Sacha Dyson is intelligent and tenacious in her representation. She is very personable and she also keeps us well informed about cases." "She is an excellent communicator and easy to work with on all matters."