Benjamin McFarland III

Benjamin McFarland III

Benjamin MaCFARLAND III became frustrated with dating women who only cared about sunbathing and horseback riding, so he turned his focus toward investing in real estate. Today he’s a multimillionaire owning the esteemed SROA Capital firm in Palm Beach as well as recently making a donation of $200,000 to Florida State University’s Legacy Hall Business Research Facility – otherwise known as its war room.

Early Life and Education

His great grandfather was Benjamin Shibe Macfarland, an innovative leatherworker and entrepreneur who constructed and owned the Philadelphia Athletics stadium before inventing cork-centered baseballs that enhanced home runs dramatically and forever altered baseball’s dynamics.

McFarland’s trial counsel moved to suppress his statement based on its non-timeliness before Utah court (he now contends nine days), asserting that had he had time to consult his counsel and receive advice of rights prior to being interviewed by Arkansas police officers, he would have declined making a voluntary confession.

McFarland’s gift will create a team analytical collaboration lab, commonly referred to as the war room, in Legacy Hall – Florida State University’s College of Business showcase facility and future home. This is the second significant gift from an alumni, after an earlier $100,000 donation established a real estate research lab within Legacy Hall.

Professional Career

Ben is the Managing Member of Steptoe & Johnson’s Wheeling office in West Virginia and focuses his practice on litigation. He represents energy, construction and general industry companies before state and appellate courts as well as representing attorneys in malpractice suits or handling government agency investigations matters.

She was the child development consultant for Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, and Fred Rogers acknowledged her as his primary professional influence. Additionally, she co-founded the Arsenal Family and Children’s Center in Pittsburgh with pediatrician Benjamin Spock and psychologist Erik Erikson.

Legal Documents” documents McFarland’s involvement in providing medical expertise and testimony in various legal cases. Correspondence among companies such as American Car and Foundry Company and Hudson Coal Company to obtain his opinion about employee claims against their employers is included herein.

Achievement and Honors

At Hofstra University, McFarland earned academic distinction and competed at 174 pounds weight class. He won three matches against EIWA competition by falls and major decisions and one by technical fall.

He currently serves as associate editor for the Journal of American Civil Engineering, winning several awards including the Forest R. McFarland Award for Outstanding Volunteer Contributions presented annually at SAE events and through committee involvement.

Before joining Penn State University as an assistant professor for Civil and Environmental Engineering, he also served as a consultant at its Center for Engineering and Public Policy.

Personal Life

Benjamin McFarland was born in North Carolina around 1750 and died sometime around 1823 in Rutherford County, Tennessee (United States). He married Elizabeth Nelson.

He was found guilty of capital murder and kidnapping, receiving life in prison as punishment. However, he claimed he should not have been sentenced to the death penalty as he was only 17. Additionally, they asserted that under international treaty law (International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights), people under 18 years of age cannot face execution by lethal injection.

Mr. Macfarland is a Member of the Wheeling, West Virginia office of our Firm and Team Leader of its Construction Law practice group. He practices extensively in litigation on behalf of energy, construction and general industry companies as well as handling accident investigations for our clients from its inception through resolution.

Net Worth

His love for cars and racing has gained him an expansive audience on YouTube as well as substantial financial rewards through sponsorships, advertisements on his videos, merchandise sales and merchandise store commissions.

He can often be seen appearing as a guest on various television programs and has also appeared in some films. Additionally, he makes guest appearances on podcasts and radio programs.

As of 2021, Madison Lutz is estimated to have amassed an estimated net worth of approximately $4 Million, most notably through her YouTube channel and online merchandise store. She currently resides at 5249 Red Cedar Drive in Fort Myers, Florida USA with her fiance Madison Lutz whom he often posts pictures and videos with on social media as well as appearing together frequently in videos uploaded onto his channel.

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