J Benjamin Rottenborn, aka Ben Rottenborn, is a lawyer and represented Amber Heard in the Johnny Depp defamation trial. In Virginia, Johnny Depp’s defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard is already in its second week.
After she penned an op-ed in The Washington Post in 2018 claiming she was a domestic violence victim, the Hollywood star sued her for $50 million. Amber has counterclaimed for $100 million, and the two are now testifying in Fairfax County Circuit Court. The courtroom has one camera, and millions of people across the world are watching the trial live.
Ben Rottenborn is a lawyer at Woods Rogers who works in the Litigation, Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense, and Emerging Growth practice areas. He has a lot of expertise in defending clients in complicated civil litigation cases, including fiduciary obligation, general commercial law, private equity/venture capital, securities, intellectual property, and products liability.
Ben is a litigator who works in federal and state courts around the country at both the trial and appellate levels. Ben was a partner in the Chicago office of multinational legal firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP until joining Woods Rogers in 2012. In a violation of fiduciary responsibility action brought by former shareholders in a technological start-up business, he represented venture capital directors.
In addition, he represented a Fortune 50 corporation in a lawsuit demanding particular execution of a $15 billion merger deal. The native of Waynesboro, Virginia, graduated with honors from the University of Virginia and went on to Stanford Law School, where he was president of the Stanford Law and Policy Review.
Ben worked as a judicial clerk for the Honorable David G. Campbell, United States District Judge for the District of Arizona, after graduation. Ben has taught at the University of Virginia School of Law as an adjunct lecturer.
Talking about his education, he obtained his law degree from Stanford Law School after graduating with honors from the University of Virginia. Rottenborn was also the Stanford Law and Policy Review’s president. After graduation, the lawyer began working as a judicial clerk for the Honorable David G. Campbell, United States District Judge for the District of Arizona.
Ben was a partner at the Chicago legal firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP before joining Woods Rogers in 2012 as a Principal.
J Benjamin Rottenborn is in his 40s.
J Benjamin Rottenborn was married to Laura Day Taylor, and they share three kids together.
The estimated Net Worth of J Benjamin Rottenborn is between $3 Million to $6 Million USD.
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