Ben is an associate of the firm, working primarily in the firm's Class Action and Complex Litigation Group. He represents the interests of investors, consumers, and others in the areas of shareholder rights, consumer fraud, and complex commercial matters. Ben graduated from Northeastern University in 2012, and received his JD from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 2018.
Prior to law school, Ben spent over three years working as a senior litigation project assistant at WilmerHale where he worked with various litigation teams on a wide variety of state and federal matters. At Cardozo, Ben was competitively selected to be a clinical law student for the Innocence Project where he represented numerous clients by litigating the reexamination of biological evidence from their cases, and negotiating the terms of DNA testing to prove their innocence. After his clinical experience with the Innocence Project, Ben was selected to spend his final year of law school interning for the Environmental Protection Bureau at the New York State Office of the Attorney General where he assisted AAGs in a host of environmental protection actions. Prior to joining the firm, Ben was an Associate at a New York City boutique law firm handing a broad range of civil and commercial litigation matters, including complex tort actions.
Ben is admitted to practice law in New York.