Ben Auten is a full-time transactional associate with Marquis Aurbach Coffing P.C. and practices commercial, corporate, and real property law.
Ben graduated from Bonanza High School in Las Vegas, NV. He received a B.Sc. in Sociology with an area of concentration in Politics & Social Movements from the University of Oregon. Ben attended law school in San Diego at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law where he received his J.D. in December 2011. He finished second in his graduating class of 75 and earned summa cum laude honors.
While attending law school, Ben served as a Student Note Editor for the Thomas Jefferson Law Review and received multiple high grade awards for Civil Motion Practice, Constitutional Law I and II, Legal Synthesis I, and Intellectual Property & Competition Law. Additionally, Ben obtained both the LexisNexis Professional Research Certification and Advanced Westlaw Online Certification for Cases, Statutes, and Secondary Sources.
When not practicing law, Ben enjoys playing golf, watching University of Oregon football, and spending time with his family.
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|Legal Elite||Nevada Business Magazine||2016|
|Rated Attorney (Business Law)||Lead Counsel||2015|
|Rated Attorney (Real Property)||Lead Counsel||2015|
|Associate||Marquis Aurbach Coffing||2013 - Present|
|Associate||Alverson Taylor Mortensen & Sanders||2012 - 2012|
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|Southern Nevada Junior Golf Association||Board of Directors||2016 - Present|
|Clark County Bar Association||Member||2014 - Present|
|State Bar of Nevada||Member||2012 - Present|
|CCIM||Legal Opinion Letters in Real Estate Transactions: What's the Deal?||2016|
|CCIM||The Often-Used and Sometimes Misunderstood Letter of Intent||2015|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||Opt-In Requirements Under Article 8 of the UCC and Nevada Law||2015|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||NRS 40.455(1) and Deficiency Judgments||2015|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||Material Adverse Effect: Notes and Practice Tips in Light of Recent Delaware Case Law||2015|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||Equitable Dissolution of LLC in Nevada - A Possibility||2015|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||Universal Concepts of Fraudulent Transfer Law: Intent to Defraud (Part 1 of 2)||2014|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||Proving Your Legal Malpractice Claim Against a Private Criminal Defense Attorney||2014|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||Insurance Coverage and the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing in Nevada||2014|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||The Power of NRS 116.3116: Superpriority Liens for Homeowners' Associations||2014|
|CCIM Southern Nevada Perspective||Title Insurance Basics and Clarifications||2014|
|Marquis Aurbach Coffing Law Blog||Universal Concepts of Fraudulent Transfer Law: Good Faith and Conduit Defenses (Part 2 of 2)||2014|
|Thomas Jefferson School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2011|
|University of Oregon School of Law||Sociology||BS - Bachelor of Science||2002|