His clients include individuals, startups, small to mid-sized companies, and large international corporations in diverse technical fields, including software, medical devices, wireless communication, e-commerce, electronics, mechanical devices, business methods, semiconductors, aerospace, magnetic media, and nanotechnology.
Ben’s background is in electrical engineering and physics. Before practicing law, he worked for Medtronic, Inc., where he worked as an electrical and software design engineer in the wireless communication systems development team and in the quality assurance team. While at Medtronic, Ben designed and built computer automated test systems for testing implantable medical devices. While studying Electrical Engineering at the University of Minnesota, he was the team leader for the wireless communications team in the design of a solar powered vehicle.
Ben serves as a volunteer lawyer for Legal Corps, a nonprofit that connects lawyers with microbusinesses and nonprofits that need legal representation, and for the Volunteer Lawyers Network, helping low-income individuals in need of legal help.
Ben is married with two children, and he enjoys training for and competing in Sprint and Olympic distance triathlons and spending time in the outdoors hiking, hunting, and fishing.