Ben Bianco is Special Counsel to MSF’s Commercial Litigation Group. Mr. Bianco handles all aspects of litigation matters from initial filing, through mediation, arbitration/trial and any appeals. Mr. Bianco regularly represents clients in breach of contract actions, corporate governance disputes, landlord/tenant actions, general business tort litigation and actions for violations Federal regulatory laws. In addition, Mr. Bianco advises clients with regard to start-up company formation, governance and capital raising.
Brooklyn Law School. J.D. (Cum Laude)
Gonzaga University. B.A.
State of New York
State of Connecticut
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
District of Connecticut
District of Colorado
Before joining MSF in 2015, Mr. Bianco managed his own firm (Frank & Bianco LLP) and began his career at two large defense firms (O’Melveny & Myers LLP and Sidley Austin LLP). At Frank & Bianco, Mr. Bianco prosecuted actions against companies and individuals for violations of Federal securities and antitrust laws. At O’Melveny & Myers and Sidley Austin, Mr. Bianco represented clients in breach of contract actions, corporate governance disputes and defended institutional clients against lawsuits involving alleged violations of Federal securities laws, antitrust laws and RICO claims.
Represent condominium sponsor in disputes with the condominium board and a commercial tenant.
Represent technology company in breach of contract dispute with one of the largest software suppliers in the world.
Represent manufacturing plant in an employment discrimination lawsuit.
Represent general construction contractor in dispute with a college over a construction contract.
Represent landlord and restaurant owner against alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Represent food manufacturer/processor in dispute with a former vendor.
Represent start-up company in Series A financing.
Represented culinary school in commercial lease dispute with landlord.
Super Lawyers, 2014 – 2016