Ben delivers strategic legal representation to investors, proprietors, and entrepreneurs, with a concentration in handling commercial, business, corporate, real estate, employment, and intellectual property disputes. From entertainment to digital media, real estate, home furnishings, health care, construction, water distribution, and more, clients from an array of industries have entrusted Ben to achieve the results they need.
Ben began his legal career defending health care providers in professional liability disputes, before joining a large national law firm where he represented Fortune 500 companies in product liability and toxic tort litigation.
Eventually Ben’s practice expanded to prosecuting and defending companies and high net worth individuals in a wide variety of civil disputes, including, but not limited to, in the areas of corporate governance, breach of fiduciary duty, false advertising and unfair competition, breach of and interference with contract, personal guarantees, franchising, commercial transactions, commercial real property, insurance coverage, trademark and patent infringement, employment discrimination, and more.
While Ben’s practice is based in Southern California, he has litigated cases across California and the country, enjoying success in multiple jurisdictions.
In addition to his broad litigation experience, Ben has closed a number of business transactions, drafted and reviewed financing, licensing, and purchase and sale agreements, and provided transactional and general counsel services to a select number of clients.
Ben has been recognized for his legal achievements by Super Lawyers® Magazine, which has rated him a “Rising Star” (an honor reserved for no more than 2.5% of lawyers in California) for the last five years running.
Ben’s professional career has also included a stint as a communications aide in the Governor of California’s administration, as well as a clerkship for a political law firm in Northern California, where Ben represented a successful ballot measure campaign during a statewide recount.