Benjamin M. Wigley concentrates his practice on a wide range of general litigation matters, including:
- Breach of contract
- Theft of intellectual property and trade secrets
- Breach of fiduciary duties
- Partnership disputes
- Bankruptcy litigation
Benjamin has notable experience assisting clients in the development of litigation and settlement strategies; drafting discovery and dispositive motions, oppositions, and replies in state courts, federal courts, and arbitration; arguing discovery motions and dispositive motions in state court; drafting state and federal court complaints and arbitration demands; representing clients before the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board; handling all aspects of discovery requests; and representing municipality creditors in Chapter 11 proceedings, including opposition to Trustee’s objections to proofs of claim.
Prior to joining Blank Rome, Benjamin served as an associate attorney at two California-based law firms, a summer clerk at Orange County Public Defender, and as an extern to the Honorable Judge James V. Selna at the U.S. District Court of Central of California.
During law school, Benjamin served as a managing editor of the Cornell International Law Journal and president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law.