Benjamin Weber Einhouse

New York
  • 885 Third Avenue
  • New York, NY 10022-4834
  • USA

Benjamin Einhouse is an associate in the New York office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Environmental, Land & Resources Department.

Mr. Einhouse's practice includes advising clients on the environmental aspects of commercial, real property, and financial transactions, and advising on regulatory, energy, and climate policy matters. Significant transactional matters have included advising sellers, purchasers, and lenders in the context of asset and stock acquisitions.

While attending Cornell Law School, Mr. Einhouse received the G. Marshall Abbey Scholarship and served as a managing editor for the Cornell International Law Journal and the Legal Information Institute Supreme Court Bulletin, for which he received the Frank Wagner Prize. During law school, he worked as a law clerk in the multi-media and legal support branch of the Environmental Protection Agency.

Thought Leadership
  • Co-author, "Transportation & Climate Initiative Proposes to Reduce Carbon Emissions from Transportation in the Northeast," Pratt's Energy Law Report, June 2019

Mr. Einhouse's representative matters include advising on:

  • The sale of Tank Holdings, a manufacturer of rotational molded poly and welded steel bulk storage and material handling products by Leonard Green & Partners
  • Acquisition of BBB Industries, a manufacturer and distributor of replacement parts to the vehicle aftermarket by Genstar Capital
  • Acquisition by One Rock Capital of Process Solutions Business of Newell Brands, a manufacturer of plastic, nylons, monofilament, and zinc products
  • The registration of various voluntarily associated entities in California’s Cap-and-Trade Program
  • Bar Qualification
    • New York
    • J.D., Cornell Law School, 2017
    • BA in History, University of Rochester, 2013
  • Practices
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