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Sean holds a J.D. from Georgia State College of Law where he was on the Law Review and graduated with Honors, Cum Laude. After graduating from law school in 1995, he joined King & Spalding, the premier law firm in the Southeast and worked as an attorney in the firm’s products liability division. Though he enjoyed his time spent there, he left King & Spalding, after three years...
I often represent clients that are having their first legal experience through a divorce. I am dedicated to client education as the first step towards achieving a successful outcome. By providing information and legal knowledge, our clients can then be active participants in their cases.
I have represented hundreds of clients with divorce and family law needs. Clients benefit from clear...
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Before joining Cooper Elliott, Sean worked as a Staff Attorney with the Honorable Richard A. Frye of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, where he was heavily involved in all aspects of civil litigation matters.
Sean lives in Worthington with his wife, son, daughter, and two pets (Bill and Ted).
Additionally, Sean represents employees before the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Administrative Law Judges, a federal administrative court that adjudicates whistleblower retaliation claims in the transportation, financial, and consumer product sectors.
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