Ben Reeves practices in the firm’s Bankruptcy and Reorganization group. He primarily litigates creditor’s rights issues under both state law and federal bankruptcy law with two main areas of practice. First, Ben often represents secured creditors as they recover their real property collateral and seek repayment from borrowers and guarantors. Accordingly, Ben has extensive experience with foreclosure and trustee’s sales, guarantor and deficiency actions, and the enforcement of pre- and post-judgment remedies. Second, Ben also frequently litigates issues involving receivership law. He has had substantial experience, in particular, with pre-judgment receivership actions involving the liquidation of distressed property, equity receivership actions involving disputes amongst business owners, and post-judgment receivership actions involving the collection of a judgment or the dissolution or a company.
Since joining the firm in 2007, Ben has served as the President of the Bankruptcy Section of the Maricopa County Bar Association, he is the primary architect of the firm’s Real Estate Litigation Blog, and he has volunteered his time as an Observer to the Model Commercial Real Estate Receiverships Act Drafting Committee of the Uniform Law Commission.