Benjamin G. Murray is an associate in the Litigation Group.
Mr. Murray focuses on complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on intellectual property disputes. He has successfully represented clients in both the public and private sectors, including individual and corporate clients in the media, entertainment, medical, and financial industries. His recent work includes successfully representing Rovi in a multi-million dollar unfair import and patent infringement dispute against Comcast before the International Trade Commission; winning an appeal to the Texas Second Court of Appeals on behalf of the cities of San Francisco and Oakland in a Rule 202 action against ExxonMobil, in which the Court of Appeals issued a 50-page opinion reversing the trial court’s ruling; and representing the trustees in breach of representations and warranties actions against Bank of America and Merrill Lynch involving millions of dollars in residential mortgage-backed securities.
Prior to joining Frankfurt Kurnit, Mr. Murray was an associate at McKool Smith, P.C., where he focused on high-stakes intellectual property and commercial litigation involving patent invalidity and infringement, unfair competition, breach of contract, breach of representations and warranties, and First Amendment rights. He is admitted to practice in Texas.
New York University (B.A., Global Liberal Studies, 2012)
- Valedictorian, summa cum laude
- Senior Thesis: Our Promise to Keep: The Incomplete Legacy of No Child Left Behind
Harvard Law School (J.D., 2017)
- Harvard Law and Policy Review, Associate Editor
- Criminal Justice Institute, Student Attorney
- Prison Legal Assistance Program
- American Constitution Society
- HLS Club Soccer Team
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Frankfurt Kurnit’s Third Annual Litigation Ethics Summit Webinar
Frankfurt Kurnit is hosting its Third Annual Litigation Ethics Summit -- a complimentary CLE for corporate counsel, law firm general counsel, partners with responsibility for law firm compliance and risk management, and other lawyers with interest in professional responsibility issues. Read more.
November 13 2020