Phoenix Litigation Attorney Sean M. Carroll Joins Clark Hill PLC
Phoenix, AZ –
Sean M. Carroll has joined Clark Hill PLC Phoenix as a member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group. Prior to joining Clark Hill, Carroll was at an AmLaw 200 firm.
Carroll acts as outsourced corporate counsel for a variety of entrepreneurial clients in the hospitality, real estate, insurance, and healthcare industries.
His focus is assisting start-up businesses achieve their short and long term goals and helping established businesses maintain positive momentum.
As a litigator, Carroll has assisted corporations, executives, individuals, and public entities before administrative agencies, mediators, judges, and juries to achieve many favorable judgments, as well as successfully defended breach of contract lawsuits, tort claims, and allegations of breach of fiduciary duties.
As a corporate advisor, Carroll has helped to craft multimillion dollar property acquisitions, commercial leases, a celebrity endorsement agreement on behalf of a world famous performer, and been instrumental in assisting clients grow from regional to national prominence.
Carroll is active in the Phoenix community as a Junior Member of Paradise Valley Country Club, the Fiesta Bowl Committee, and has played an active role in charitable organizations such as People Acting Now Discovery Answers (PANDA) and the Humane Society.
He is a regular legal panelist on a local radio station, where he is asked to provide commentary on current affairs.
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