Experience & Background
Sean is a data scientist, statistician, and programmer, specializing in wage-hour and other employment litigation. During his 10+ years with Phillips, Fractor & Company, LLC and predecessor firms, Sean has worked on numerous wage-hour cases, both class action and multi-plaintiff, and is an expert on drawing information from employee time and payroll data for both plaintiff and defense counsel. He has also worked with many other forms of data, including point-of-sale and other transaction data (to establish off-the-clock work time), and has analyzed large databases and sets of data for other forms of litigation. He also creates useful databases from poorly-formatted sources, including information which may initially appear unusable or obfuscated. He is also knowledgeable about public and private data sources, including demographic data, US Census data, and economic and financial data.
Sean has a degree in Mathematics from the University of Redlands, and has passed examinations sponsored by the Society of Actuaries, American Society of Pension Actuaries, and the CFA Institute.