Josh focuses on complex civil litigation and appeals. He has represented clients in federal and state court, including the Arizona Court of Appeals and the Arizona Supreme Court (petition for review).
Before joining the firm, Josh clerked for two federal judges: Judge Andrew Hurwitz of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and Judge Neil Wake of the District Court of Arizona. Before that, he graduated with honors from Harvard Law School.
Before law school, Josh taught American History and Literature at a high school in Chandler, Arizona. When he isn’t practicing law, Josh enjoys reading novels and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
- Excessive force and free speech claims against municipality and police officers (D. Ariz.)
- State constitutional challenges to municipal tax program (Maricopa Cty. Sup. Ct.)
- Land use dispute involving municipal challenge to mining rights under development agreement (Maricopa Cty. Sup. Ct.)
- Mechanic’s lien foreclosure action involving statutory defenses asserted by FDIC as receiver for a bank (Maricopa Cty. Sup. Ct.)