Josh concentrates his practice on all aspects of construction-related litigation. He represents owners, contractors, design-builders, and subcontractors on both private and public projects on matters including, mechanic’s lien claims, payment and performance bond claims, delay claims, and construction defect claims.
Josh also represents property owners in the negotiation and drafting of construction license agreements with neighboring property owners and in related litigation under New York State’s Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law.
Josh began his legal career as a law clerk for The Honorable Frederick P. Stamp, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia. Before joining Cohen Seglias, Josh was an associate at a midsized defense firm in New York where he handled a broad array of matters including, commercial litigation, employment investigations and litigation, products liability, civil rights litigation, construction injury litigation, toxic torts, and railroad liability litigation.