Litigation partner Sean Coffey has been named one of The National Law Journal’s 2017 Litigation Trailblazers. Sean’s career was profiled in a special supplement to the Nov. 1 issue of The National Law Journal, starting with his time in the U.S. Navy, which included going to law school at night and serving as personal military aide to then Vice President George Bush. He then worked in the U.S. attorney’s office in the Southern District of New York, where he tried dozens of jury cases. The profile also highlighted Sean’s private practice, which has included work on both the plaintiff and defense sides, such as the landmark WorldCom case and serving as co-counsel for former Goldman Sachs trader, Fabrice Tourre.

Read the profile here .

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