Ben Spang is a skilled and experienced litigation and trial attorney. He practices in both State and Federal Courts throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey and focuses his practice in the areas of commercial, construction and financial services litigation.
Ben handles a wide range of construction matters spanning the spectrum of public, commercial and residential. He has experience litigating claims in connection with the design, development and construction of various projects throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including construction defect cases, design errors, delay claims, construction and mechanics lien enforcement and defense as well as insurance coverage litigation.
In his financial services practice, Ben has a wealth of experience litigating disputes and claims arising under the Uniform Commercial Code, the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Regulation E, credit card payment processing and other payment systems disputes. He has experience litigating mortgage foreclosure actions as well as commercial loan workouts. His clients include both local and national banks as well as other lending institutions. Ben’s experience along with his knowledge of financial regulations and statutes allow him to effectively work with and counsel his clients to achieve excellent results.
Ben also has litigation experience in a variety of other industries including eminent domain proceedings, commercial landlord-tenant issues, condominium and home owner association disputes, business collections, interstate transportation carriers, personal injury matters and general litigation.
His counsel and experience are invaluable to the clients he represents. Ben is strategic and reliable. In each representation he tailors his approach to the case to ensure each client is receiving the most efficient services but also ensuring that the client’s specific goals are achieved.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ben served as an Officer in the United States Army with the 10th Mountain Division. He also served as an Assistant Professor of Military Science with the Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps.