Sean joined James Hoyer, P.A., in January 2011, after serving as an assistant state attorney for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit for Hillsborough County for nearly a decade. In his career as a state prosecutor, Sean gained extensive trial experience prosecuting white collar crimes, drug trafficking cases, and homicides, including death penalty cases. He now works in the firm’s False Claims Act qui tam division. Sean also represents the receiver in a major Ponzi scheme litigation.
Sean majored in history at the University of South Florida (B.A., 1996) and received his law degree from Florida State University in 2000. He is a member of the Herbert G. Goldburg Criminal Law American Inn of Court and the Florida Bar.
Sean enjoys spending his free time with his wife and young son, keeping up with current events, and experimenting in the kitchen.
Play the video below to hear Sean talk about his experience and philosophy in handling whistleblower litigation.