Sean G. Herman is an associate with Lieberman & Blecher, P.C. who represents clients in various environmental, land use and community association matters. Mr. Herman assists the firm’s clients in real estate development issues, including administrative proceedings before local Planning and Zoning Boards. In addition to assisting clients who wish to develop property, Mr. Herman also assists community groups and non-profit organizations in their efforts to
preserve historic, natural and open space resources. Mr. Herman’s litigated matters frequently involve environmental issues, including environmental cleanup cost recovery issues, environmental contractor disputes, and toxic exposure claims. In light of the firm’s mission to provide litigation and environmental counsel to a broad swath of clients across multiple industries, Mr. Herman is experienced in representing plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation.
Mr. Herman is also deeply involved in the representation of community associations throughout the state of New Jersey. Lieberman & Blecher’s community association practice grew out of the firm’s environmental practice, when our attorneys began assisting association clients with environmental issues over a decade ago. Since then, the firm has assisted residential and commercial community associations in areas of governance, dispute resolution, debt collection and litigation, among others. Mr. Herman plays a critical role in administration of the firm’s community association debt collection practice, with a particular focus on collection litigation, foreclosures and bankruptcies as they relate to condominium and homeowner association maintenance assessments.
Sean Herman first joined Lieberman & Blecher as a paralegal in 2009, while he was pursuing his law degree at Rutgers University School of Law – Camden. Despite pursuing his education and paralegal career simultaneously, Mr. Herman found time to invest in his community and was recognized for his contributions with the Pro Bono Publico award for service when he graduated with his J.D. in 2012.
Mr. Herman graduated cum laude from Boston College with a B.S. in in Finance and Political Science, and spent several years working in finance before beginning his legal career. He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, New York and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.