Ben's practice includes assisting clients in all aspects of patent procurement and prosecution in various areas of technology, including computer software, healthcare applications, telecommunication and athletic equipment.

Ben graduated from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law. During law school, he was the managing editor of The Urban Lawyer and participated in several other student organizations. Ben interned for Magistrate Judge Robert E. Larsen at the U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri. He also received several awards while in law school, including CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Patent Law, Intellectual Property Law, Advising Life Science and Technology Entrepreneurs, Evidence, Federal Taxation and Lawyering Skills II.

Prior to law school, Ben worked for the American Red Cross Blood Services Division in Virginia. As part of his work, he coordinated and implemented marketing strategies for the specialized and intensive process of collecting platelets from donors. Ben also worked as a wet chemist, teaching assistant and tutor during his years as an undergraduate.


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