Ben was called to the Bar in 1994 and joined QEB Hollis Whiteman where he was in independent practice for eight years. He joined white collar firm Peters & Peters in March 2003 and was appointed as a partner in 2007. In May 2009 Ben resumed independent practice at the Bar and joined Three Raymond Buildings. Ben has a practice in business crime, professional discipline, inquests & public inquiries and regulatory matters, with specialist experience in data protection enforcement and compliance issues, including corruption & bribery. He has acted in some of the largest fraud and corruption matters over recent years including LIBOR, Innospec, Oil for Food, Johnson & Johnson, Torex Retail, Vantis Tax and FH Bertling. He regularly defends in matters prosecuted by the SFO and FCA. Ben acts for the ICO, individuals & corporates in data protection and e-commerce matters; he has been instructed for both prosecution and defence in matters arising from Operations Millipede & Spruce and he acts for the ICO in the SCL / Cambridge Analytica case. Ben has appeared in numerous discipline hearings and inquests, and at public inquires such as the Baha Mousa Inquiry and the Undercover Policing Inquiry.
University of Sussex: LLB (Hons) (1990-1993), ICSL (1993-1994).
CBA, FLA, ARDL