Josh represents clients in a wide range of complex civil litigation matters, with experience in commercial disputes, insurance matters, false advertising, professional liability, and landlord-tenant law. His practice includes all aspects of litigation from pre-suit risk consultation to extensive discovery, dispositive motion practice, trial, and appeal.
Prior to joining Gass Turek, Josh practiced with a large, Wisconsin-based firm, representing large and small businesses, insurers, and individuals in complex commercial disputes. His work often involved analyzing, identifying, managing, and mitigating liability exposure and litigation risk, often arising from high value life insurance and annuity coverage disputes. Josh successfully negotiated and resolved a large life insurance policy coverage dispute involving more than $8 million in temporary life insurance coverage, saving the insurer-client considerable litigation risk and exposure.
While in law school, Josh served on the editorial board of the Marquette Law Review as an articles editor, was a research assistant to a tenured professor, interned at the Wisconsin Supreme Court, for the Hon. Ann Walsh Bradley, and at the state court of appeals. He also participated in the Street Law Program, through which he taught substantive legal doctrine and civics to local high school students and prepared those students for a local mock trial tournament. Josh also clerked at several large law firms during law school, gaining experience in all stages of litigation.