Ben Himmelstein is a partner at Radix Law. He is a business lawyer whose practice focuses on business disputes and transactions. His practice includes business break-ups, misappropriation of trade secrets, business torts, sales contracts, buy and sell agreements, and non-compete and non-solicit agreements. He represents a variety of businesses throughout Arizona in a range of industries, primarily focused in technology, medical and dental. As the former Chairman of the Board of the Arizona Small Business Association, Ben is passionate about the growth of Arizona’s business community. His practice includes all types of business litigation and formation, including civil matters involving contract disputes and intentional torts, as well as the governance of limited liability companies and corporations.
In addition, Ben currently serves on the Fee Arbitration committee for the State Bar of Arizona. He also volunteers his time as a Judge Pro Tempore for Maricopa County Superior Court. Ben is also an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.
Since 2004, Ben has successfully helped his clients navigate a wide range of disputes involving business issues. His dedication to the successful solution of his clients’ legal issues has resulted in numerous awards received over the course of his practice, including the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell. He has been named one of the Southwest’s Super Lawyers, is listed as one of Arizona’s Finest Lawyers, as well as one of the Nation’s Top One percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. Recently, the Expert Network recognized Ben as one of the top lawyers in the industry and Thompson Reuters has rated him “Lead Counsel.”
His past experience includes working as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for a boutique law firm in Phoenix. Ben has served on various non-profit boards throughout his career and is fond of giving back through volunteerism. He is a founding member of the Arizona Jewish Lawyers Association and is also active in Phoenix Rotary 100.
Ben graduated from the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law with an additional certificate in Law, Science and Technology. He received an undergraduate degree in psychology from Arizona State University. He is licensed to practice before all Arizona State courts, the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, and the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
In his free time, Ben likes to spend time with his family and enjoys travel, culture and visiting the latest new restaurants.