Ben Mather’s career started at one of Philadelphia’s most venerable law firms where he gained incomparable experience and top-notch training. Ben then joined the City of Philadelphia Law Department, where he was the architect of the City’s litigation strategy in many of its biggest and most high-profile cases. In 2012, he left the Law Department to join KCR. Ben’s clients appreciate his sound judgment, creative problem solving and client-first approach.
Represented real estate developers in actions against multiple financial institutions alleging fraud and breach of contract after their failure to honor a multi-million dollar term sheet
Represented a local business in multi-jurisdictional litigation involving claims of fraud and breach of contract arising out of alleged misrepresentations made during the sale of that business by a major private equity company
Defended municipality in nine-figure case brought by developer who claimed that its project had been scuttled by unconstitutional zoning practices
Represented distributor of vitamin supplements and its chief spokesperson in federal district court action by competitor asserting Lanham Act violations, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition and tortious interference
Defended an antique firearm dealer in civil case brought by disgruntled collector and criminal case prosecuted by the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Kenyon College, B.A. 1997
- Loyola University Chicago, J.D. 2002