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Benjamin Dash
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

39 E Main St, Moorestown, NJ 08057, USA


Benjamin Dash opened the law firm of Dash Farrow, LLP in 2008. His legal practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania covers commercial litigation, business and corporate transactions, real estate law and employment law. He has represented a wide range of clients that includes lenders, title insurers, builders, real estate agencies, realtors, investment bankers, local and national businesses, and individuals. Prior to Dash Farrow, LLP, Benjamin was a partner in the law firm of Dash Reynolds, LLP following his practice in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania offices of Jennings Sigmond, P.C. Ben has lectured extensively to business, trade, and professional groups on such topics as failure to disclose defects in real estate transactions, litigating mold claims, home inspector negligence, short sales, navigating transactions in a downward market, consumer fraud, and predatory lending.

Dale Denny
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

1141 Banbury Ln, Lot 224, Brentwood, TN 37027


Nadia Dombrowski
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

140 N Old Stone Bridge Rd, Cos Cob, CT 06807, USA


Frederic Dorwart
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

124 East 4th Street, STE 100, Tulsa, OK 74103


Mr. Dorwart has practiced law since 1966. He has experience in both litigation and transactional law, principally oil and gas, securities, and banking law. He currently focuses his practice on structuring commercial transactions, advising clients on the legal aspects of business matters, and coordinating teams of attorneys handling complex litigation. Before forming Frederic Dorwart, Lawyers PLLC in 1994, Mr. Dorwart was the managing partner of Holliman, Langholz, Runnels & Dorwart. Mr. Dorwart was, from 1969 to 1989, a stockholder, director and officer of various manufacturing concerns. He was Co-founder of the International Society of the Energy Advocates and a principal draftsman of the 1995 Oklahoma Tort Reform Act.

Steven Durio
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

220 Heymann Blvd, Lafayette, LA 70503, USA


Founding partner Buzz Durio specializes in selected commercial business cases. With 37 years of legal proceedings in areas including business and commercial litigations; banking and financial institutions; mergers and acquisitions; and shareholder rights, he has conducted trials, appeals, arbitrations, mediations, review panels, and administrative hearings in city, parish, state, and federal trial and appellate courts. After receiving a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University in 1977, Buzz received his Juris Doctor from the University’s Paul M. Hebert School of Law. Buzz has been involved as a member, on committees and in leadership positions in the Louisiana State Bar Association since 1980. He is the immediate past treasurer and member of the Board of Governors of the State Association. As a tribute to his service, the Louisiana State Bar awarded him the Stephen T. Victory Memorial Award (2010) and the President’s Award (1999, 2004). Buzz is a member of the Bar of the Louisiana Supreme Court, the United States Supreme Court, the Eastern Middle, and Western Districts of the United States District Court, the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Court of Appeals Federal Circuit. He is also involved with the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, is a member and fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation, American Bar Association and was named a Louisiana Super Lawyer with a Martindale Hubble Peer Review Rating of AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5.0. Buzz’s work has been published in the Louisiana Bar Journal, the Lafayette Parish Bar Association’s Promulgator, the National Business Institute Inc. and Louisiana Law Review. The legal community respects Buzz’s expertise and has asked him to present to his peers on topics including “Sales of an Interest in Law Firms” and “Business Torts.”