Sean T. O’Meara

Sean T. O’Meara specializes in commercial arbitration and litigation in the state and federal courts, with particular emphasis on construction, product liability, class actions and consumer fraud cases.

Sean’s experience includes:

  • Representing a number of developers and general contractors, including two national developers, in construction disputes in litigation and arbitration involving alleged construction defects, contractual scope of work and delay damages
  • Representing a number of builders in litigation involving alleged defective roofs
  • Representing a number of builders in litigation involving alleged defective roofs
  • Representing a major manufacturer of building components in several class action cases in the state and federal courts, defending products liability, fraud and RICO claims
  • Representing numerous individuals and corporations in close corporation shareholder disputes in the printing, real estate and private education industries
  • Defending a number of mortgage companies and chemical companies against allegations of consumer fraud
  • Representing a number of financial institutions and product manufacturers in class action matters

Sean practices in the state and federal courts and is a member of the Construction Industry Forum of the American Bar Association, the Construction and Public Contract Law Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and the New Jersey Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors.

Sean has been an attorney with Archer since 1980, and has been a partner since 1989.

Professional And Community Involvement

  • Member, Camden County Bar Association
  • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, New Jersey Chapter, Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Member, Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey

Awards And Recognition

  • Best Lawyers in America, Construction Litigation (2014)

Articles

  • Real Estate Title Insurance & Construction Law: Litigating Construction Delay Claims Caused by Federal Non-Disclosure, New Jersey Law Journal (June 2009)

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