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Ben Kusmin

Ben Kusmin

Ben Kusmin focuses on complex business litigation in state and federal courts. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants, in cases involving complex frauds, licensing disputes, breach of contract, shareholder disputes, and breach of fiduciary duty. Mr. Kusmin also has experience representing criminal defendants, pro bono, in the Southern District of New York, in cases involving wire fraud, counterfeiting, firearms possession, drug trafficking, and immigration offenses. Mr. Kusmin has also represented dozens of homeless families in welfare disputes with the City of New York. In 2011, his efforts were recognized with the City Bar Justice Center’s Jeremy G. Epstein Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service. While at Boston University School of Law, Mr. Kusmin served as Notes Editor for the American Journal of Law and Medicine, and published a note entitled Swing Low, Sweet Chariot: Abolishing the Disinterested Witness Requirement for Advanced Directives. Mr. Kusmin previously worked as a mechanical engineer for a large defense contractor. He created a CLE training program called Excel Esquire to give other attorneys the skill and confidence they need to successfully navigate in Excel. ┬áHe presents frequently to law firms, bar associations, and public interest organizations, and writes about the use of Excel in the practice of law at

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Guest Appearances
September 19, 2017

How Lawyers Should Use Spreadsheets

Ben Kusmin talks about the proper handling and format of spreadsheets.