Sean Mick is Special Counsel in the Sacramento Office and a member of the Business, Property and Construction, and Public Finance practice groups. He advises clients on a variety of transactional matters affecting school districts and community college districts, including contract negotiation and interpretation, construction documentation, public works procurement methods, real property acquisition, leasing and disposition of property, public records requests, and public agency borrowings. He has served as bond counsel and disclosure counsel to many California school districts and other public agencies involving the issue of general obligation bonds, certificates of participation, lease-purchase financings, Mello-Roos (CFD) financings, and other debt financings for tax-exempt or tax-advantaged obligations.
Sean served as a judicial extern to Hon. Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman, Eastern District of California. As a judicial extern, Sean performed legal research and prepared memoranda on various federal and state law issues. Prior to law school, Sean was an experienced project manager and paralegal in public finance. He managed and closed over 300 bond financings and gained extensive experience drafting and managing workflow for bond and disclosure documents, performing “due diligence” review and analysis of contracts, leases and other organizational documents, and drafting legal memoranda and other correspondence.