Sean Webb is a Senior Paralegal with 23 years of experience. Sean was born in the South Bay area of Southern California raised in the City of Orange. While participating in many sports as a youth, he especially enjoyed football and track. Sean also enjoyed vocal music and was chosen for the Orange County Men’s Honor Choir twice. Sean still engages in vocal music endeavors.

While in high school Sean participated in debate club and mock trial. Among one of the mock trial cases that were tried in his high school years was that of the Chicago Haymarket Riot and subsequent trial that ensued from the early years of labor unions organization in the late 19th century. The Chicago Haymarket Riot case highlighted how prejudicial the justice system can be when not applied properly. This realization inspired Sean to aspire to a career in the legal field when he realized the height of the mountain average citizens has to submit within the legal system to obtain justice.

Sean has worked in the areas of Civil Litigation, Business Law, Alcohol Control Board Appeals, Family Law, Personal Injury, Probate, Estate Planning, and Criminal Defense, with his main emphasis being in Civil Litigation. Sean has worked on famous complex litigation cases such as the United States v. Philip Morris USA while at Jones Day and the Lockheed Martin Environmental Litigation that produced over 100,000 plaintiffs while at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher.

Mr. Webb was deeply involved in assisting homeowners retain their homes during the mortgage foreclosure crisis of 2009 through 2016. By taking the banks and the loan servicer’s to court, Mr. Webb was able to assist numerous attorneys in forcing the banks to reevaluate their predatory loans and in many negotiations resulted in clients obtaining more favorable loan terms and their attorney fees and costs for the need to force litigation. Currently, Mr. Webb is committed to assisting the attorneys at Farzam Law obtain justice and compensation for employees who have been done wrong by their employers, which have resulted in violations of employees’ rights.

In his spare time, Sean enjoys spending time with his family, serving in his church, cooking, attending concerts, and practicing martial arts.