Josh is a commercial litigation attorney whose practice includes representing clients in the areas of consumer finance, with an emphasis on Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) cases and compliance, class action defense, and all aspects of business litigation. In his business litigation practice, he has successfully represented clients in matters ranging from breach of contract and contract interpretation to breaches of fiduciary duty, unfair competition, misappropriation of trade secrets, and partnership disputes. He represents clients in federal and California state courts.
Since the beginning of his career, Josh has focused on litigating highly-complex civil litigation matters, including commercial litigation. Josh’s diverse background allows him to handle every case with focus, creative problem-solving, and sensitivity to the client's needs. He has been the lead attorney in numerous contentiously litigated matters that resulted in successful outcomes for his clients concerning issues such as business valuations, transfers of ownership, ownership disputes, and evaluations of cash flow. Coupled with his experience representing clients in matters of all sizes, he offers effective legal strategies tailored to suit the needs of each client and situation.
While in law school, Josh served as an extern in the Center For Conflict Resolution, where he received his mediation certification under the Dispute Resolution Programs Act. Josh also received “First Honors,” for achieving the highest mark amongst his peers, in five courses:
Introduction to Negotiations
J.D., 2011, Loyola Law School
B.A., 2006, University of California, San Diego, Political Science
Articles in the National Law Review database by Joshua Anderson