Benjamin Wolverton's practice encompasses a variety of complex commercial matters, with a particular focus on white collar criminal defense investigations and related litigation, matters often involving coordination with legal teams across the globe. Mr. Wolverton has experience representing clients before state and federal courts and administrative agencies, as well as assisting clients in conducting internal investigations and in responding to inquiries launched by federal, state, and foreign investigative authorities.
Mr. Wolverton has represented individual and corporate clients in connection with law enforcement investigations led by the authorities of the United States, New York State, and foreign governments, and has appeared on behalf of clients in presentations before, and formal responses, to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice.
Mr. Wolverton has a robust pro bono practice that has spanned cases involving access to housing, criminal defense of indigent defendants, domestic abuse victims' rights, and historical preservation, with a particular focus on representing LGBTQ+ and HIV+ clients fleeing persecution from their home countries.
Mr. Wolverton earned his JD from Boston University School of Law, where he served as the Administrative Editor of the Boston University Law Review. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Wolverton interned with the Securities Division of the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth and with the Honorable Mary E. Fairhurst of the Washington Supreme Court. Mr. Wolverton is proficient in French, and is an active member of Arnold & Porter' PRIDE Group for LGBTQ+ attorneys.
- JD, Boston University School of Law, 2013
- BA, University of Portland, 2009
- New York