Senior Attorney Ben Sigall

“In litigation, ‘success’ can take many forms. My client’s goals – for both the matter at hand and the longer term interests of the business – are always at the heart of litigation strategy. Their definition of success determines mine.”

Phone: 614-939-9955
Fax: 614-939-9954

A member of the Litigation Team, Ben brings more than a decade of wide-ranging experience at large, regional firms and as a prosecuting attorney for numerous entities, including the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. His practice focuses on defending businesses in complex civil and class action litigation, primarily related to consumer protection and privacy concerns.

Ben has litigated and advised on complex matters in highly-regulated industries such as financial services, automotive, collections, healthcare, and consumer marketing. He has represented clients through all stages of litigation, including emergency proceedings, jury trials, and appeals. Ben has achieved optimal outcomes for clients that include securing large judgments, obtaining injunctions, and preventing class action certification.

Ben also has significant experience advising on a wide array of business and transactional matters. A committed problem solver with a keen eye for detail, he has drafted intricate financial instruments and commercial agreements, performed due diligence related to mergers and other complicated transactions, and advised on cutting-edge technology and intellectual property issues.

Leveraging his experience as both a business law attorney and first-chair litigator, Ben combines a deep understanding of substantive law with shrewd litigation strategy and procedural skill to meet the unique goals of his clients. He is a formidable opponent in the courtroom, and M&S clients trust him to provide the clear, practical, and business savvy counsel needed to resolve their issues as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.

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Clashing Circuit Court Opinions Bring Viability of Nationwide Class Actions into Question

Perhaps the most consequential debate being waged over the future of class action litigation is whether nationwide class-action lawsuits will continue to be permitted against defendants who are neither based nor incorporated in the state in which a suit is brought. The battle is on the verge of a circuit split. In Bristol-Meyers Squibb v. Superior Court (2017), the U.S. [...]

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