Sean is an attorney at Steinger, Greene & Feiner, representing injury victims. He graduated Cum Laude from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and obtained a degree in Finance from the University of Central Florida.
Prior to joining Steinger, Greene & Feiner, Sean practiced in the areas of commercial litigation, professional liability, real estate litigation, business sales closings, and DUI defense, representing individuals, businesses, and insurance agents/brokers. Furthermore, he has 2.5 years of experience in the regulated substances industry. In the marijuana industry, he drafted over 17 state marijuana license applications, business plans, and operating procedures for dispensary, cultivation, and manufacturing facilities. In the hemp industry, Sean helped clients with their business formation and ensured compliance with state and federal regulations.
He also wrote a 150+ page textbook for a cannabis law education course and was featured on several cannabis industry podcasts and webinars. Lastly, in the psychedelic industry, Sean wrote Florida HB 549 (2021), the state’s first psychedelic legalization bill, as well as the first version of HB 193 (2022).