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Sean Grammel

Associate

Tel. 617.621.6523

Sean is a seasoned attorney with years of experience counseling clients and representing them in the courtroom.  His experience covers a broad range of subject matters, including contract disputes, insurance coverage, unfair competition, and product liability.

Before joining Anderson & Kreiger, Sean worked in the Boston office of a large international law firm.  He also worked for years as a public defender in the children’s welfare system, where he represented parents and children at both the trial and appellate levels.

Affiliations

Boston Bar Association

Massachusetts Bar Association

Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US)

Admissions

Massachusetts

Education

University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D., 2013, magna cum laude

University of Notre Dame, B.A., 2010, magna cum laude

  • Won an arbitration decision for a life science company in a dispute about the right to commercialize a novel product expected to generate annual revenue of $1 billion.
  • Successfully defended a biotechnology company in a federal civil jury trial against $138 million contract and fraud claims brought by a distributor.
  • Won summary judgment in four federal district courts and in Massachusetts state court in product liability suits involving biopharmaceutical products and assay test development.
  • Helped two teenage clients, including one who was facing deportation proceedings, earn Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS).
  • Successfully defended a father’s parental rights at trial in the Massachusetts Juvenile Court.
  • Briefed, argued, and won two children’s welfare appeals in the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

“Protecting Search Terms as Opinion Work Product: Applying the Work Product Doctrine to Electronic Discovery,” 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 2063 (2013).

Sean lives in Mansfield, where he loves to spend time with his family.  He enjoys trying out new recipes in the kitchen (especially bread), browsing the library for interesting nonfiction, and blowing off steam at his local CrossFit gym.