Joshua is a skilled litigator with experience in a variety of litigation matters, including breach of contract, construction defect and property damage claims, commercial disputes and product liability actions. He has been actively involved in all aspects of litigation, from drafting complaints and other pleadings to trial and appellate practice.
His experience includes taking leading and assisting roles in drafting and arguing motions, including dispositive motions and appellate briefs. He has prepared fact and expert witnesses and served on a team that successfully represented the movant in an extensive contempt hearing. He also served on a trial team in a major water contamination case.
Joshua also has experience in litigating energy matters, representing companies engaged in the exploration and production of oil and gas in disputes with landowners, subcontractors and government agencies. He has worked on cases before federal and state courts, administrative bodies and arbitration panels.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox, Joshua was an attorney at an international law firm.
While in law school, Joshua was a summer associate at an international law firm, a law clerk to the Honorable John A. Zottola, Court of Common Pleas and a briefing clerk at a Pittsburgh-based firm. He was also a student volunteer at the Christian Legal Aid of Pittsburgh, which offers pro bono legal advice to individuals in poverty in the Pittsburgh area, and a member of the Order of the Coif. Additionally, he was a member of the University of Pittsburgh Law Review.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Joshua has served as a guest lecturer at the Paralegal Institute of the Duquesne University School of Law, where he has spoken on the environmental and legal issues associated with the development of historic industrial sites. Additionally, Joshua has acted as an attorney volunteer for the YMCA Youth and Government program.
Honors & Awards
- CALI Excellence For The Future Award In Civil Procedure
- CALI Excellence For The Future Award In Administrative Law