Ben practices in the areas of litigation, real estate law, business law, and probate.
Ben graduated cum laude from Salmon P. Chase College of Law where he served as the Student Articles Editor of the Northern Kentucky Law Review, Editor-in-Chief of the Cultural Heritage and Arts Review, and President of the Transactional Law Practice Group, in addition to participating in the Moot Court Board and receiving the Scribes award for excellence in legal writing. Ben has authored multiple scholarly publications on topics such as real property law, finance, and legal ethics. Ben is licensed to practice law in the States of Ohio and Florida, in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, before the Federal District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, and before the United States Tax Court.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ben managed a local real estate title company and handled numerous real estate closings. After law school, Ben worked for several years at a firm that specialized in settlement administration for large class action and complex litigation cases. There, he helped to administer numerous complex settlements spanning a broad range of subject matter, from toxic exposure and pharmaceutical products liability litigation to federal and state class actions, including the World Trade Center Disaster Site Litigation settlement. Prior to joining Doyle and Hassman, Ben worked for several years as a solo practitioner, working mostly in the areas of real estate and business law.
In his free time, Ben enjoys cooking, reading, playing guitar, and spending time with his family.