Joshua S Greenberg

Joshua S. Greenberg

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Joshua S. Greenberg

Josh represents clients in a wide array of complex civil and commercial disputes at all stages of litigation, with experience in shareholder disputes, construction litigation, insurance coverage, class actions, defamation, personal injury, and landlord-tenant disputes. Josh focuses on providing his clients effective representation and high-quality work both in and outside the courtroom.

Prior to joining Gass Turek, Josh practiced at a litigation boutique in Milwaukee, where he represented individuals and closely held businesses in complex, high-stakes litigation in both state and federal courts, including class actions affecting thousands of Milwaukee residents as well as folks across Wisconsin.

While in law school, Josh served as a leading member of the Marquette Law Review, mediated disputes in the Milwaukee County Circuit Court through the law school’s Mediation Clinic, and counseled local startup businesses on transactional matters as a Student Associate in the Marquette Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic. Josh was also a research assistant for Dean Joseph D. Kearney and clerked at a large, national firm where he gained experience in a variety of complex litigation matters.

  • J.D., Marquette University Law School, magna cum laude, 2020; Marquette University Law Review, Business Editor; Pro Bono Honors Society, Inductee
  • B.A. in History and Communication Arts, with honors, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2016
  • Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit
  • Board Member, Milwaukee Young Lawyer’s Association
  • Defeated motion to dismiss all claims in a commercial landlord-tenant dispute. The case then settled on terms favorable to the clients.
  • Secured default judgment for client’s damages, costs, and attorney fees as a case-ending sanction in a commercial eviction case upon proving that the opposing parties engaged in bad faith litigation.
  • Won motion for relief from the automatic stay in a bankruptcy proceeding, enabling client to secure a seven-figure judgment in the underlying action.
  • Won motion for temporary injunctive relief for plaintiffs in a defamation case, where the court agreed that opposing party’s statements were defamatory per se.
  • Volunteer for Milwaukee Film