A native of Charlottesville, Virginia, Josh’s practice focuses on government takings and state-level antitrust and consumer protection matters.
His background in economics gives him a useful and unique experience and perspective at many different stages of litigation, from developing the theory of the case to reviewing expert reports and damages calculations. Josh’s independent research has appeared in peer reviewed journals, including the Journal of Legal Studies and the European Journal of Law & Economics.
Previously a law clerk for the Honorable Victory J. Wolski on the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Josh gained experience in takings litigation and other suits against the federal government. Following this clerkship, Josh spent several years in private practice in a boutique litigation firm, where he gained extensive experience working on all stages of the litigation process in a variety of litigation matters. He also served as an Assistant Attorney General in the State of Montana. In that position, he managed an extensive portfolio of consumer protection and antitrust cases, including first-of-their kind investigations and lawsuits involving big tech and major financial institutions.
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims
- District of Columbia
- George Mason University, Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts (Economics)
- Stanford Law School, Juris Doctor
- Georgetown University, Bachelor of Arts (Economics)
- Court of Federal Claims Bar Association
- Federalist Society
- American Law & Economics Association