Benjamin P. Deninger is an Associate in the Construction Law Practice of Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP.
Mr. Deninger devotes his entire practice to helping clients successfully negotiate transactional construction issues and resolve construction disputes.
Mr. Deninger has worked with clients at every level of the construction industry including international contractors and engineering firms, public owners, regional developers and local subcontractors. He has advised clients in regards to contract drafting and negotiation as well as assisting clients in obtaining project financing. He has counseled client on corporate compliance issues and the formation of public-private partnerships. Mr. Deninger has represented clients in both State and Federal Court litigation as well as various alternative dispute resolution forums. His litigation experience spans all phases of a construction dispute including proceedings in front of dispute resolution boards, pre-suit negotiations, discovery issues, motion practice, trial, appeal and alternative dispute resolution.
Before joining Smith, Gambrell, & Russell LLP, Mr. Deninger practiced in the Atlanta office of an Am Law 100 firm as a member of the firm’s nationally ranked Construction & Infrastructure practice group where his practice focused on litigation stemming from complex construction disputes. Mr. Deninger was a contributing author to the United States chapter of the first and second volumes of the Public-Private Partnership Law Review published by Law Business Research Ltd. During law school, he served on the editorial board of and has been published in the Texas Environmental Law Journal.
Mr. Deninger earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the Florida State University in 2009 and received his J.D. from the University of Maine School of Law in 2012. He also earned an LL.M. in Global Energy Transactions and International Arbitration from the University of Texas School of Law where he graduated with honors in 2013. Mr. Deninger is admitted to practice in Florida and Georgia as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia and the Middle District of Florida.
Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US)
American Bar Association, Member
“The Twenty-First Century Wind Boom: Why Texas is Leading the Way” Texas Environmental Law Journal, Volume 44:1, May 2014.