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February 25, 2021
By Michael Marciano | Law.com | Connecticut Law Tribune (February 24, 2021) -- Attorney Sean McElligott makes a lateral move and a new firm launches in Westport --
Sean K. McElligott
Sean McElligott Joins Silver Golub & Teitell
Formerly a partner at Koskoff, Koskoff and Bieder, McElligott will represent clients in cases of catastrophic injuries from medical malpractice, products and alleged negligence. His Connecticut verdicts and settlements total more than $100 million since 2011.
In 2019, McElligott co-authored The Medical Malpractice Trial, a book published by Trial Guides to assist lawyers from around the country in medical malpractice cases.
“We are delighted to have Sean join SGT as a Partner,” said Peter Dreyer, co-managing partner of the firm. “He is a very talented trial attorney with unique abilities, and he has repeatedly demonstrated his skill in handling medical malpractice and other complex serious injury cases.”
McElligott also maintains an active state and federal appellate practice. He won an important appeal before the Connecticut Supreme Court involving the rights of same-sex couples to the loss of consortium remedy in Connecticut, and he has authored numerous amicus briefs on behalf of members of Congress.
McElligott also maintains an active pro bono civil rights practice representing victims of police brutality, exonerees and Connecticut prisoners alleging mistreatment. A graduate of Yale Law School and Trinity College, he lives in New Haven County with his spouse Sarah Russell, a law professor at Quinnipiac University, and their three children.
FLB Law Launches in Westport
Attorney Stephen P. Fogerty and partners Thomas P. Lambert and Eric Bernheim have launched FLB Law, a new full-service law firm in Westport.
FLB Law’s legal services include litigation, real estate transactions, commercial transactions, employment and family law, among other areas. The firm’s clients include corporations, local businesses and individuals.
“I extend my sincere congratulations to FLB Law on the launch of their new firm,” retired Judge Frederick Freedman, formerly of Halloran Sage, said. “I will always cherish the years that I was associated with the FLB attorneys. I look forward to supporting their new firm as they grow and prosper.”
Additional attorneys at the new firm include Josh M. Auxier, Enrico R. Costantini, Leslie E. Grodd, Laura A. Penney, Bob A. Rhodes, Alan S. Rubenstein, Matthias J. Sportini, Brian E. Tims, and Vincent S. Tirola.
“Our team has a wealth of legal experience and we are confident in delivering the same sound counsel that our clients have come to appreciate,” Fogerty said. “We each share a passion for the law and are committed to resolving legal matters for clients, both locally and nationally.”
FLB Law has also invested in the Westport community through its philanthropic program, Accelerate, which supports local non-profits and small businesses.