A Profile of Steven Benz, Attorney at Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick, P.L.L.C.
Steve Benz is a partner at Kellogg Hansen Todd Figel & Frederick, P.L.L.C and has extensive experience bringing groundbreaking cases at the intersection of competition law and intellectual property rights to trial or appeal proceedings. As counsel of record for over 140 litigated cases including trials and appeals.
His two travel essays–Guatemalan Journey and Green Dreams–have been widely published, while he also publishes poetry and writes articles for numerous literary journals.
Early Life and Education
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He has published two travel narratives–Guatemalan Journey and Green Dreams–and his essays have appeared in Creative Nonfiction, TriQuarterly, Shenandoah Review and River Teeth Journal, among others. Additionally, Benz teaches courses on professional writing at the University of New Mexico.
Mr. Benz represents corporations as plaintiffs in antitrust, unfair competition, class action and complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts throughout the U.S. He frequently speaks at conference seminars regarding complex civil litigation issues. Mr. Benz currently is a partner at Kellogg Hansen Todd Figel & Frederick PLLLC in Denver.
Formerly writing for Tropic, the Sunday magazine of the Miami Herald, Benz now teaches courses in professional writing. His works include two travel narratives (Guatemalan Journey and Green Dreams) as well as a poetry chapbook; plus essays published in Creative Nonfiction, River Teeth and TriQuarterly magazines.
He represents corporations as plaintiffs in antitrust, unfair competition and class action cases throughout the U.S. and internationally. As counsel of record in over 140 cases ranging from trials and appeals, to preeminent peer reviews from Martindale-Hubbell(r), and being recognized by Who’s Who Legal as one of their Top Antitrust Lawyers, Benz has amassed an outstanding resume and experience that have earned him both recognition.
At Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick P.L.L.C, Benz specializes in Antitrust Litigation. Prior to that he held employment at Schiff Hardin & Waite law firm located in Chicago Illinois.
Achievement and Honors
At university, Benz and his fellow students created innovative cancer diagnosis technology. Their method involved extracting normal and tumor cells from one patient and comparing them in order to understand what was driving their cancer. Five3 Genomics was then founded and later sold off to NantOmics.
While practicing law, he has also written for Tropic magazine of the Miami Herald as well as two travel essay books (Guatemalan Journey and Green Dreams). Additionally, he published two poetry chapbooks and taught professional writing at UNM. Furthermore, he regularly speaks at conferences regarding competition law and complex civil litigation topics; according to Who’s Who Legal, he is considered “a top-drawer competition plaintiff lawyer”, regularly representing large companies against antitrust or unfair competition claims.
Legal practice of Adam Benz centers around antitrust litigation. He has represented clients as plaintiffs in class actions and complex commercial cases relating to competition law and intellectual property rights, among other topics. As a partner at Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick PLLLC with over three decades of litigation experience under his belt, Adam can offer clients expert representation when needed.
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Outside his legal career, Benz is also an accomplished artist. He has written two travel narratives–Guatemalan Journey and Green Dreams–and one poetry chapbook; additionally he teaches courses in professional writing at University of New Mexico.
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