Arthur M. Brown
Ben represents developers large and small, from homeowners who need approval to construct an addition to their home to MGM MIRAGE, the second largest gaming company in the world, when they required a myriad of approvals to construct the roads and infrastructure improvements necessary to support the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa at Renaissance Pointe in Atlantic City.
Ben also represents a national residential housing developer in all aspects of real estate acquisition, financing and development.
Ben has been an attorney with Levine Staller since 1991 and has been a partner since 1992. He joined the firm after working as an attorney with the firm Perskie, Nehmad & Zeltner from 1984 to 1991. From 1983 to 1984, he served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Steven P. Perskie of the Civil Division Superior Court of Atlantic County, New Jersey and to the judges of the Criminal Division of Atlantic County, New Jersey. He is a member of the Atlantic County and New Jersey State Bar Associations.
Ben takes an active part in the community volunteering his time as a trustee of the AtlantiCare Foundation, the United Way of Atlantic County, and as an officer of BERON Jewish Older Adult Services of Atlantic and Cape May Counties. Ben also spent a week in Biloxi, Mississippi, working to rebuild a home damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
New Jersey 1983
US District Court for the District of New Jersey 1983
US Court of Claims 1991
Duke University (B.A. 1980)
Tulane University School of Law (J.D., cum laude 1983)
Ben was born in Margate, New Jersey. He is married to the former Nancy Levine, has two children and resides in Linwood, New Jersey.