Benjamin M. Arrow
Ben is a counsel in the Litigation group. Ben’s practice focuses on business and commercial litigation, commercial arbitration, and SEC and other regulatory investigations.
Ben represents corporate and individual clients in a variety of complex commercial disputes and regulatory investigations. He has recently represented clients in commercial contract disputes and civil RICO actions in state and federal court in Connecticut and in commercial arbitration proceedings in New York. Ben’s recent regulatory defense matters include defending individual clients in SEC investigations involving allegations of bond-marking fraud and violations of SEC Regulation FD.
Prior to joining Finn Dixon & Herling, Ben was an associate at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP in New York, where his practice focused on complex commercial litigation and federal regulatory defense work. After graduating from law school, Ben served as a law clerk to the Honorable Carmen E. Espinosa, Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court (retired), and the Honorable Vincent L. Briccetti, United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York
- Represented private placement agent in commercial arbitration against private credit fund manager, resulting in arbitration award in favor of client.
- Member of trial team that successfully defended insider trading action brought by SEC against employee of publicly traded corporation, resulting in a jury verdict for client on all counts.
- Principal drafter of Wells submission to SEC on behalf of former officer of NASDAQ-traded corporation, resulting in SEC closing investigation without charging client.
- Defended third-party administrator in complex commercial litigation brought by major insurance carrier in Connecticut state court, resulting in favorable settlement for client.
- Defended post-acquisition private equity litigation involving environmental remediation services company, resulting in favorable settlement for client.