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Address: 4100 Monument Corner Drive, Suite 420, fairfax, VA, 22030-0972
Law Firm: Cameron/McEvoy, PLLC
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|Areas of Practice||General Civil Litigation, Real Estate Litigation, Construction Litigation|
|Description||Sean Patrick Roche is a civil litigation attorney and a partner in the firm. His practice is devoted to complex civil litigation with expertise in matters generally revolving around a variety of forms of contract disputes. Mr. Roche is licensed to practice law in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland. He regularly handles litigation in the state and federal courts throughout all three jurisdictions. He has also been admitted to appear on behalf of clients in various courts throughout the United States for specific litigation as necessary.Mr. Roche was born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area, where he continues to reside with his wife and two sons. He obtained two Bachelor of Arts degrees from Georgetown University, a Juris Doctorate from the University of Richmond School of Law (where he served on the Law Review as Allen Chair Editor), and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Litigation and Dispute Resolution fromThe George Washington University Law School. Mr. Roche is also a graduate of the College of Trial Advocacy.Mr. Roche has been named among Virginia Business magazine’s Legal Elite and he has been selected as a Virginia Super Lawyer Rising Star. Inclusion on these lists means Mr. Roche is among those lawyers recognized by his peers as the best in Virginia.Practice Notes- Settlement in favor of the client in complex employment law dispute after presentation of Mr. Roche’s motion to strike at trial.- Judgment at trial of nearly $500,000.00 in complex business dispute.- Settlement in favor of the client of complex landlord-tenant dispute for the full amount demanded in addition to significant lease extension after presentation of Mr. Roche’s case in chief.- Dismissal by jury of all claims in favor of client on business dissolution dispute.- Dismissal in favor of client on motion to dismiss involving securities litigation.- Dismissal in favor of client following trial of complex litigation involving multi-million dollar construction dispute.- Dismissal by motion of complex construction dispute in which the presiding judge described Mr. Roche’s defense of his client as first rate and a take-no-prisoner’s defense. Significant sanctions were also awarded in favor of the client.- Numerous judgments and confidential settlements in favor of clients on various forms of business disputes with Mr. Roche as lead counsel.- Dismissal with prejudice by opposing party immediately following Mr. Roche’s deposition of the Plaintiff.- Settlement in favor of the client in subrogation dispute involving complex products liability and personal injury claims.- Successful prosecution and defense of numerous injunctions (preliminary and permanent) in both state and federal courts involving complicated non-compete, non-solicitation, and/or estate claims.- Regular representation of individuals and national/international entities as local counsel, often serving as lead counsel in dismissing claims on jurisdictional grounds.- Dismissal of numerous cases on demurrer, plea in bar, or pre-trial motion due to procedural and/or substantive grounds.Publications- Sean Roche, et al., Law 101: An Essential Reference for Your Everyday Legal Questions (2d ed., Sphinx Publishing, 2009)- Jonathan D. Frieden & Sean Patrick Roche, E-Commerce: Legal Issues for the Online Retailer in Virginia, 13 Rich. J.L. & Tech, 2006- University of Richmond Law Review, Allen Chair Symposium 2004: Federal Judicial Selection (Sean Roche ed., 2005)- Sean Roche, Advanced Issues in Virginia Employment Law: Legal Issues in Employee Privacy, National Business Institute 1, 1-42 (2004)Professional Activities- Virginia State Bar- Fairfax Bar Association- District of Columbia Bar- American Bar Association- Federal Bar Association- Virginia Trial Lawyers Association- USA Triathlon Association|
A business litigation boutiqueCameron/McEvoy, PLLC is a business litigation boutique. We focus on navigating your case from pre-litigation positioning and negotiating through trial and, if necessary, appeal. Unlike many firms with ‘litigation departments’ that rarely litigate anything in court, trial work is all we do. We have tried hundreds of cases, if not over a thousand, to judges, juries and arbitrators. Few other law firms have this…
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