Sean Maraynes concentrates on medical malpractice and health care matters. His clients include doctors, nurses and other health care providers. Over the course of his career, Sean has written several appellate briefs. He has taught trial advocacy to high school students and LSAT preparation classes to college students. Before and during law school he interned at federal and state law enforcement agencies, and in law school, he participated in a tax clinic that provided tax advice to low-income New York City residents.
Prior to working at Wilson Elser, Sean served for five years as an assistant district attorney at the Bronx County District Attorney's Office. He investigated and prosecuted a wide range of violent crimes, including homicides, and tried twenty cases to verdict (both jury and non-jury) in New York State Supreme Court. In addition, Sean investigated felony assaults that occurred in nursing homes for the mentally disabled. He was selected to train at the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Advocacy Center in Columbia, SC.