Sean is a partner and founder of the firm, O'Connor, Carnathan and Mack, who focuses... more
Sean is a partner and founder of the firm, O'Connor, Carnathan and Mack, who focuses his practice in complex business litigation. He has been litigating since 1993 and has appeared in state and federal courts all over the country. He has substantial experience with director, officer and shareholder litigation, trust fund litigation and insolvency related litigation. Sean has also prosecuted a n... view profile
Daniel Gibsons practice specialty is Insurance Law. Mr. Gibson has handled nearly... more
Daniel Gibsons practice specialty is Insurance Law. Mr. Gibson has handled nearly all aspects of insurance litigation, from subrogating on behalf of insurers and self-insuredswith a focus on complex fire losses, products liability, environmental losses, and automobile claimsto defending insureds from premises liability. Mr. Gibson has also defended several wrongful death, dram shop actions agai... view profile
Prior to joining Sally & Fitch LLP in January, 1995, Steve Reilly had been with the... more
Prior to joining Sally & Fitch LLP in January, 1995, Steve Reilly had been with the Boston law firm of Hale and Dorr, where he became a junior partner in the litigation department in 1994. Steve graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1989. He earned his undergraduate degree summa cum laude in 1986 from Middlebury College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Since 2004, Steve has bee... view profile
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