Ben Horowitz represents clients in a wide array of complex civil matters, including government enforcement actions, consumer class actions, and partnership disputes. Ben has represented clients in arbitration, and in bench and jury trials, and has assisted clients beyond the judgment, through collection efforts, managing the administration of class settlements, and on appeal. He also has extensive experience in the conduct of civil discovery, including taking and defending depositions, drafting and responding to written discovery, and managing document collection and production efforts.
Ben maintains an active pro bono practice and has achieved favorable results for low-income individuals and nonprofits that serve D.C.’s poorest populations. He is also active within Venable and serves on the firm’s Hiring Committee and as a coordinator of the firm’s summer associate program.
Ben is a graduate of American University Washington College of Law, where he served as Note and Comment Editor for the American University Law Review, and served as a student attorney in the General Practice Clinic. As a student attorney, he conducted hearings, motions practice, and trials in Circuit and District Courts of Maryland. Ben graduated magna cum laude from American University Washington College of Law in 2012.