Sean Stimpson is an associate attorney focusing on corporate and transactional law. He has experience advising small businesses and start-up companies on entity formation and governance. He represents and advises clients on general corporate matters including business planning, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and business tax law. He works holistically with clients to promote both their short-term and long-term business goals.

Prior to working at Cameron/McEvoy, he interned for the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission, Division of Economic Risk Analysis, where he reviewed corporate filings and provided legal counsel on proposed rules related to mergers and acquisitions. His previous internship experience also includes interning for Roger Williams University’s Business Start-up Clinic and prosecuting code violations for the City Solicitors Office for the City of Providence.

Mr. Stimpson has devoted his legal career to counseling clients regarding entity formation and growth. He has also helped his community by providing pro bono work to clients regarding tax issues and IRS filings.  He actively works within the community to promote and educate entrepreneurs on a variety of topics including barriers to market entry, entity formation, intellectual property, and consumer protection law.

Practice Focus

  •  Corporate Law
  •  Corporate Governance
  •  Securities Law

  •  Entity Formation
  •  Business Tax Law


  • Khurana, I., Krichevskiy, D., Dempster, G. and Stimpson, S. (2021), “Institutions, entrepreneurial adaptation, and the legal form of the organization”, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Vol. 10 No. 2, pp. 261-283.