Always a litigator, Josh’s legal career has spanned a variety of subject areas and industries but always kept him close to the courtroom. He has defended the Commonwealth of Massachusetts against claims by prisoners in its penitentiaries, prosecuted criminal actions as a Special Assistant District Attorney, and taken on all manner of complex civil disputes for clients in industries ranging from advanced manufacturing, to aviation, to pharmaceutical and medical device makers. For many years Josh has also provided pro bono representation to disabled U.S. veterans and impoverished asylum seekers.
Josh has tried several intellectual property and commercial matters to conclusion. He has appeared in federal and state courts throughout the U.S., and in both domestic and international arbitration proceedings. Josh has most recently litigated disputes involving the design and manufacture of medical devices, nationwide “mass tort” matters against multiple pharmaceutical companies, nationwide consumer class actions against manufacturers and retailers, antitrust issues related to “reverse payment” agreements, and licensing / co-promotion agreements.
Josh has also litigated many disputes representative of the most prevalent risks faced by life science companies today, including cases about consumer product pricing, misappropriation of trade secrets and proprietary information, employee restrictive covenants, patent infringement, patent validity, the adequacy of product warnings, alleged defects in product design and manufacture, and contractual diligence obligations. Josh’s broad experience has made him an effective advisor to his clients, helping them to identify risks and efficiently allocate legal resources.