|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Managing Editor||Brooklyn Journal of International Law||1995|
|Dean's Academic Achievement Award||Brooklyn Law School||1993|
|Partner||Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP||2015 - Present|
|Attorney||Veris Law Group PLLC||2012 - Present|
|Attorney||Cozen O'Connor||2006 - 2012|
|Attorney||Keller Rohrback, LLP||2003 - 2006|
|Attorney||Lustig & Brown, LLP||2000 - 2003|
|Attorney||Law Offices of Judd Burstein||1996 - 2000|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Bar Association||N/A||2012 - Present|
|Defense Research Institute||N/A||2006 - Present|
|Kings County Bar Association||N/A||2003 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||2003 - Present|
|American Bar Association, Litigation Section, Trial Practice Committee||Subcommittee Chair, PodCasts||2013 - 2014|
|Pacific Coast Labor & Employment Law Conference||Subcommittee Chair||2010 - 2010|
|Vinzant v. Saled Food Service||Dismissed on motion for summary judgment|
|Peoples v. Popeyes Restaurant||Dismissal of case|
|Perkumpulan v. Tanner||Favorable settlement for client|
|See all legal cases|
|American Bar Association Trial Practice Committee Newsletter||Habit and Routine Practice Evidence||2014|
|American Bar Association, Trial Practice Newsletter||Spoliation and Facebook: Don't Toss that "Page" During Litigation||2013|
|American Bar Association Trial Evidence Committee Proof Newsletter||Avoiding the ESI Minefield on the March to Trial||2013|
|Corporate Counsel Magazine||Stay Off the Hook for TCPA Claims||2010|
|Brooklyn Law School||N/A||J.D.||1995|
|State University of New York at Albany||History||B.A.||1991|
|Washington Counties Risk Pool Spring Conference||What Employers Need to Know About the ADA and the FMLA||2014|
|American Bar Association Roundtable||Use of Technology During Openings and Closings||2013|
|Washington Collectors Association Annual Conference||Defending TCPA Class Actions||2010|
|Continuing Education Conference||How to Defend a TCPA Class Action||2010|
Posted by John H
Ben's recommendations of endless depositions, motions, bate-stamping, experts, etc tallied up to astronomical monthly bills that we paid under the belief that we would see justice in the courtroom. We went to court and 'won' absolutely nothing. Not even close. We spent more money on litigation than we could ever hope to recover in any settlement. Now that the case is over, absolutely nothing has changed in our predicament. In fact, its gotten worse while our legal 'family' just walks away - with our money of course.
As for opposing counsel stating 'hiring Ben to represent me', I'd think twice. You were/are an awesome attorney in the courtroom and though not on the same side as us, we recognized your obvious expertise. I'd recommend YOU in a heartbeat.
Posted by Natalie
My Name is Natalie and as HR Director for 5000 employee’s I can tell you how important it is to find the right employment counsel for those times when needed. Ben Stone, Attorney at law has been the right counsel for the issues that our business has encountered. On numerous times he has guided us through the maze and complexities of employment law. He is vigilant and carefully balances compliance regulations to prevent liabilities along with business goals and needs most importantly he always diligently defends your cases if and when the need arises. The polite mannerism and professional interaction bestowed upon us by Ben is another important aspect that should not go unsaid.
I recommend Ben Stone to anyone who wants to have an excellent employment counsel and business relationship that will lead to a successful outcome.
Natalie R, PHR
Posted by linda
I could not have asked for a better experience with an employment law attorney than with Ben Stone. The circumstances of my case were complex, sensitive, and personally extremely important to me. Ben was strategic in his approach, clear/wise. He listened carefully to what mattered most to me. He crafted an effective path forward that was consistent with my values. He carefully tracked the details of the case and was always prepared for the next step forward. He was always very timely in his responses to my emails and phone calls. Throughout our work together, Ben would always lay out very clearly the different approaches we might take, and the pros/cons for each. He was balanced in his counsel and willing to fully support my decision. I could not have asked for a better experience and person to assist.
Andrew Kinstler, Commercial real estate Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
Ben served as opposing counsel against me in a hard fought case. He was prepared, driven, careful and zealous, under difficult circumstances. I have immense respect for Ben's diligence, advocacy, effectiveness and preparation. I would hire Ben to represent me.
I endorse this lawyer. I've known Ben going back over 25 years, and have discussed and consulted with him in respect of numerous professional issues since the mid 1990s. He's handled a variety of complex litigation matters, especially in the fields of insurance, employment, and complex commercial disputes. He's efficient, creative, hardworking, and, above all else, practical and client-focused.