Benjamin A. Garber is an associate at Braverman Kaskey, P.C., which is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He provides clients in the surrounding areas with nearly a decade of legal experience. A Philadelphia native, Mr. Garber focuses his practice on complex business litigation, including cases involving banks and other financial institutions, joint ventures, real estate, noncompete agreements, and trade secrets and other intellectual property matters.
Prior to law school, Mr. Garber attended Franklin & Marshall College for his undergraduate education. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in government from the school in 2005. Mr. Garber then decided to pursue his legal studies and went on to enroll at Rutgers Law School – Camden at The State University of New Jersey, from which he was awarded his Juris Doctor in 2009. Mr. Garber became admitted to practice law before all Pennsylvania and New Jersey state courts the same year. During his law school years, he was a member of the Rutgers Law Journal executive board and served as an editor of that publication. Before Mr. Garber joined his current firm, he served as a clerk for a judge on the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, an intermediate appellate court.
During his time with the Rutgers Law Journal, Mr. Garber contributed such articles as "Developments in State Constitutional Law 2007: The Missouri Supreme Court’s Abandonment of the Past”. In order to stay abreast of current developments in his practice areas and to form professional relationships with other attorneys, he holds memberships in multiple legal organizations. These include the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.
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