Benjamin delivers a variety of legal solutions to equipment finance organizations, secured creditors, statutory and judgment lienholders, banks, asset buyers, lenders, and creditors. His practice typically involves the leasing of personal property, bankruptcy and restructuring matters, secured transactions, distressed asset and workout scenarios, consensual property lien and judgment enforcement situations, insolvency proceedings, and complex litigation.
Ben is particularly focused on representing equipment leasing and finance organizations. He is well-versed in Articles 2A and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. He has documented numerous lease and loan transactions for captive, bank-affiliated and independent equipment finance companies. Ben also has extensive experience in the enforcement of rights afforded to lessors and secured creditors. His experience includes lawsuits, mediations, arbitrations, and bankruptcy and restructuring proceedings.
Handling insolvency matters, commercial transactions and contested litigation throughout the country provides Ben with a unique perspective: he is business-minded and pragmatic, never losing sight of the ultimate goals; but he is also a tenacious advocate, whether negotiating agreements or litigating outcomes.
Ben also enjoys writing and speaking about topics involving equipment leasing, secured transactions, UCC matters, insolvency and bankruptcy, and creditors' remedies.