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Benjamin F. Dill

Associate
Phone: 804-377-1272
Fax: 804-377-1292

Mr. Dill is an experienced trial attorney who focuses his practice in complex litigation.  He represents clients throughout the United States in the areas of transportation, commercial litigation and tort defense.  He has litigated cases at various levels of state court, in federal court, at arbitration and on appeal.  Ben takes a practical and solutions-oriented approach to litigation, achieving favorable results from both legal and business perspectives.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Dill represented condominium and homeowner associations in breach of contract, construction defect, creditor’s rights and bankruptcy matters.  He has also advised clients in legal, business, and risk management matters, including contract interpretation, statutory regulation and corporate governance.  While in law school, he represented the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in preliminary hearings and summary trials as a certified legal intern for the Chester County District Attorney’s office.  In addition, he was selected to assist the Honorable Benjamin Learner in preparing a memorandum to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania as to whether fees paid to court-appointed counsel in capital cases were so low that counsel should be presumed ineffective.

Outside of the office, Ben is active in the community and serves on his homeowners’ association Board of Directors.  He enjoys spending his free time with his family and friends, playing golf and backpacking.

EDUCATION:

  • Widener University Delaware Law School, J.D., Pro Bono distinction
  • Arizona State University, B.A., Psychology

BAR AND COURT ADMISSIONS:

  • Virginia
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania

BAR ACTIVITIES AND LEGAL ASSOCIATIONS:

  • Virginia Trucking Association

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