Josh represents international and domestic insurers in first-party property litigation and coverage matters. He focuses his practice on issues arising out of, but not limited to, large energy losses, construction risks, building defects, natural disasters, and fires. Josh is also well-versed in handling related time element losses and bad faith claims. He is a trusted adviser in developing litigation strategies, evaluating and reducing risk, interpreting policy language, and claims handling.
Before joining the firm, Josh was an associate with a Global 100 firm, where he also focused on first-party property insurance coverage matters and litigations. Before that, he was an associate with a leading national firm, where he represented financial institutions, large corporations, and insurance companies in a wide range of complex commercial disputes, including business torts, breach of contract, health care litigation, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, false advertising, and ADA accessibility claims.
Josh earned his B.A. from the University of Delaware and his J.D. from the Syracuse University College of Law.