Ben Saver

Mr. Saver joined the Firm in 2023 after moving back to Florida from Colorado, where he began his legal career. In Colorado, Mr. Saver served as an assistant attorney general at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office where he prosecuted cases against individuals and businesses accused of deceptive business practices; represented state agencies in litigation; and provided advice to agency clients.

He then worked at a private law firm in Denver where he practiced natural resources and environmental law and assisted clients on a range of environmental issues including water rights, land use, oil and gas law, and compliance with state and federal environmental statutes including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. Notably, in this role, he represented the City of Aurora, the third largest water provider in Colorado, in its water rights matters during his almost three years at that firm.

Mr. Saver is well versed in litigation matters as during his time practicing in Colorado he litigated cases in Colorado’s trial court, the court of appeals, the Colorado Supreme Court, and Colorado’s unique water courts.

At the Firm, Mr. Saver primarily represents local governments, including municipalities and special districts, on a wide variety of issues. He has drafted ordinances and resolutions; represented clients in litigation and settlement negotiations; and provides general advice as requested.

Mr. Saver serves as the attorney for the Town of South Palm Beach and assists the Town in prosecuting code enforcement cases, reviewing contracts, procurement requests, and advises the Town regarding revisions to its code of ordinances. For the City of Belle Glade, he assists prosecuting code enforcement cases, advises the board of adjustment when considering variance requests, and assists the City with other land use matters including annexation. He also represents the City of Lake Worth Beach in parking enforcement appeal hearings and has defended a local law enforcement officer in a section 1983 lawsuit in federal court.

Education and Background:

Mr. Saver, who grew up in Vero Beach, Florida, earned his undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, in Anthropology and Religion from the University of Florida and earned his law degree, summa cum laude, from Lewis & Clark Law School with a certificate in environmental and natural resources law.

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Saver served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic. Immediately following law school, Mr. Saver served as a judicial clerk for the Hon. Gregory J. Hobbs Jr. of the Colorado Supreme Court.

State Bar and Federal Court Admissions:

  • State of Florida (admitted 2023)
  • State of Colorado (admitted 2014)
  • US District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Organizations and Community Involvement:

  • Palm Beach County Bar Association, Member
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