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Benjamin S. Chesson

Partner

One Wells Fargo Center
301 South College Street
23rd Floor
Charlotte, NC 28202
ben.chesson@nelsonmullins.com

Ben Chesson is a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Charlotte office where he practices in the areas of product liability litigation and business litigation.

Ben Chesson is a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Charlotte office where he practices in the areas of product liability litigation and business litigation.

Ben Chesson is a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Charlotte office where he practices in the areas of product liability litigation and business litigation.

Experience

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Experience

  • Defended product manufacturers in large-scale litigation arising out of allegations that a product defect, failure to warn, or breach of warranty resulted in catastrophic injury or death
  • Multiple jury trials in North Carolina both as lead counsel and as part of trial teams in state and federal court

Previous Professional Experience

  • Practiced at an international law firm where he represented financial institutions in regulatory investigations and white-collar litigation arising out of alleged misconduct in various financial markets

Education

  • Wake Forest University School of Law, JD (2010)
    • Editor, Wake Forest Law Review
    • Carroll W. and Mary Parks Weathers Scholar
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA, Political Science and Public Policy Analysis (2007)
    • Order of the Old Well

Admissions

  • North Carolina

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