Sean represents firm clients in both individual matters and complex litigation. He has experience defending pharmaceutical and other product manufacturers in multidistrict litigation, class actions and commercial litigation in state and federal courts across the country.

In his current role, Sean has managed document collections, responses to written discovery and other aspects of the discovery process; drafted various pretrial motions; and successfully challenged plaintiff trial exhibits and depositions. He has also represented clients in domestic violence cases and landlord/tenant disputes as part of his pro bono practice.

Sean graduated with honors from George Washington University Law School, where he was a member of the Moot Court Board. Before joining Shook, he clerked for the Federal Trade Commission Antitrust Division, working on patent and anticompetitive practice issues in the pharmaceuticals section.