With more than 30 years at the firm, Sean provides legal services in a litigation at a law firm concentrating on both straight forward and complex civil matters.
Over the past three decades, he has represented hundreds of individuals, families, and small businesses.
With a diverse legal background in the US Military serving as a Certified Judge Advocate ― military prosecutor for the US Marines and as an adjunct professor of law, Sean has demonstrated a deep understanding of the complexity of the law.
For four years he served as Special Counsel in the City of Providence provided advice and representation to City officials and to various boards and departments. Primary responsibility concerned issues and litigation involving the Department of Public Safety.
His practice has included investigation and representation of clients in matters that required complex factual and legal analysis. These matters have included structural failure and products failure resulting in catastrophic injuries.
In addition, he has worked on matters have included complex technical and engineering analysis. He has provided legal representation to both plaintiffs and defendants.
The range of matters in include complex claims on behalf of plaintiffs that have included violation of the Manual an Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD); Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) laws and regulations; Sporting Arm and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute (SAAMI) Standards; Insurance Company Bad Faith Conduct; and Montreal Convention litigation (governing injuries on international flights).
In the realm of financial crimes, Sean has lead defense cases that have included allegations of securities fraud, alleged legal malpractice, and alleged embezzlement.
He is a graduate of Northern Illinois Law, he earned a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and studies at Naval Justice School in Newport, RI.