Ben Woodruff is an associate at the firm’s Seattle office where he is a member of the firm’s complex commercial disputes practice group. He has experience representing a range of clients, from multinational companies and sovereign wealth funds to individuals and non-profits. He has represented clients in actions involving claims for breach of contract, antitrust violations, and securities fraud, as well as defended clients from class action complaints. He also has experience representing clients being investigated by government entities and those charged with white collar crime.
Ben also has engaged in significant pro bono representations. He has represented immigrants seeking asylum and successfully assisted a victim of trafficking in her receipt of a T-Visa. He also represented individuals in landlord-tenant proceedings in New York and joined in a representation of a disabled plaintiff’s Americans with Disabilities Act complaint against the City of New York.
During law school, Ben was an intern in the Queens County District Attorney’s Domestic Violence Unit and was a member of Georgetown University Law Center’s Domestic Violence Clinic. Prior to joining the firm, Ben practiced as an associate in New York law firms with wide-ranging practices.