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Ben Coulter

Ben Coulter is an attorney at Burr & Forman LLP practicing in the General Commercial Litigation Group.

His practice primarily involves the defense of banks, credit unions, brokers, and other financial institutions in securities litigation and other commercial matters. He also defends medical providers in medical malpractice actions. Ben received his B.A. from Baylor, his M.A. from Wayne State, and his J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law. Ben is an ABOTA National Trial College Fellow. Ben is a member of the Judge James Edwin Horton American Inn of Court and other legal and civil organizations.

  • Represented banks and related entities, and their employees, in mortgage, securities and financial fraud cases
  • Assisted in the defense of a national financial institution against consumer protection claims
  • Assisted in the defense of a industrial container business against false advertising claims
  • Represented businesses and individuals in non-compete agreement enforcement and contract matters
  • Represented clients of all types in title dispute matters

What is your favorite thing about the law?
It is full of interesting stories and ideas which affect peoples’ lives.

What was your first job?
I mowed lawns.

What are your hobbies?
Basketball, running, reading, competition of any kind.

What advice would you give to a young student in law school?
Work hard enough that you feel confident that you did everything you could do to reach your goals, but take advantage of the opportunity to learn about ideas that interest you and to enjoy the people around you.

What is your favorite lawyer joke?
What’s the difference between a lawyer and a snake run down on the highway? There are skid marks in front of the snake.

How do you define a “good day”?
A good day is one in which I work hard and succeed, after which I spend time with my wife and daughters.

How do you spend your weekend?
I enjoy watching and playing sports, going on outings with the family, and catching up with friends.


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