Benjamin Manzin-Monnin is an associate in the Litigation group. While attending UCLA School of Law, he was a Michael T. Masin Scholar, and he received Dean's Awards in Torts, Lawyering Skills, Criminal Law, International Trade, and Patent Law. He earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and minors in Computer Science and Economics from Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Benjamin’s previous experience includes working three years as business development director for an investment fund of an international family with holdings in North America.
- Obtained jury verdicts of $200 million and $102 million for USAA in patent infringement trials against Wells Fargo in the Eastern District of Texas. The suits involved mobile remote deposit capture technology.
- Co-author, "Chapter 3: Opening Phase," Patent Litigation (Third Edition), Practising Law Institute Treatise (April 2019)
UCLA School of Law (J.D. 2018); Michael T. Masin Scholar; Dean's Awards in Torts, Lawyering Skills, Criminal Law, International Trade, and Patent Law
Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science (B.S., Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, 2010; minors, Computer Science and Economics)