Ben Reeves focuses on delivering practical advice to clients facing complex commercial disputes in distressed situations. Since joining the firm in 2007, he has gained substantial experience litigating: (i) interests in real property; (ii) creditor rights and remedies in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts; (iii) the rights, powers, and duties of receivers; and (iv) disputes amongst and between business partners.
In particular, Ben has extensive experience with commercial landlord-tenant relationships, foreclosure and trustee’s sales, guarantor and deficiency actions, the enforcement of pre- and post-judgment remedies, complex commercial bankruptcies, and receivership actions involving secured property and/or equity interests.
Ben prides himself on his ability to provide timely and sound counsel to clients navigating through complex problems.
Snell & Wilmer traces its origins to 1938, when Mark Wilmer joined Frank L. Snell, Jr., Riney Salmon, and Charles Strouss, who had practiced together since 1934.
Mr. Snell frequently recounted the search that led to his partnership with Mr. Wilmer. Because Mr. Snell was “snowed under” by work and needed help, he consulted the three members of Maricopa County’s Superior Court to identify the best trial lawyer in the state.
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