Benjamin R. Keck focuses his practice on business reorganization, financial restructuring, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation matters. He represents trustees, creditors’ committees, individual creditors, lenders, lessors, landlords, and debtors, both inside and outside of bankruptcy. He is experienced in virtually all phases of general commercial litigation and bankruptcy litigation through trial and appeal in both state and federal courts.
Benjamin joined Greenberg Traurig following a clerkship with the Honorable James Sacca in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Benjamin also worked as an associate for a national litigation firm, practicing construction law and commercial litigation, during which time he drafted an appellate brief that led to a client win at the Court of Appeals of Georgia.
Throughout his third year of law school, Benjamin interned with the Honorable Amy Totenberg in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, working on several complex litigation and class action matters. He assisted in researching, developing ,and drafting several opinions, one of which was affirmed on appeal by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
During law school, Benjamin was a member of law review, and he authored an article analyzing several recent Supreme Court decisions related to the enforcement of arbitration provisions in consumer and employment contracts. He was also a member of Moot Court, serving as a board member and participating as a team member in two competitions, drafting briefs and orally arguing on the topics of Trademark Law and Labor & Employment Law. He also served as a legal writing teaching assistant during his second and third years of law school, working closely with students to develop their legal writing skills.