Sean represents corporations and individuals in white-collar investigations and litigation proceedings. Through his collaboration with nearly every facet of the Department of Justice and related investigatory agencies, Sean has developed substantive knowledge in investigations, enforcement actions, and regulatory issues, including criminal fraud statutes, criminal tax statutes, public corruption statutes, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, anti-kickback statutes, HIPAA, and the False Claims Act.
Sean served as a federal prosecutor and civil AUSA for 13 years and entered the DOJ through the Attorney General’s Honors Program after completing a federal clerkship with the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. As the former Health Care Fraud Coordinator for the Western District of Texas’s United States Attorney’s Office and Trial Attorney with the Department of Justice’s Health Care Fraud Unit, he provides counseling and advisory services to health care clients for regulatory issues, including offering to counsel to clients seeking to enhance their compliance programs and supervision systems. Sean also represents corporations and individuals in matters involving white-collar criminal defense, civil and regulatory investigations, corporate internal investigations, congressional investigations, and similar matters.