Joshua Weiss is a trial attorney, litigator and strategic advisor. He represents a broad range of clients in federal and state courts, administrative and regulatory enforcement proceedings, and informal dispute resolution processes. In addition to his advocacy on behalf of clients, Joshua advises clients on matters of business strategy, regulatory compliance, internal investigations and corporate governance. Joshua’s clients range from large, multinational corporations and privately held companies to nonprofit entities and elected officials.
Clients appreciate Joshua’s shrewd perspective and approach. In adversarial contexts, Joshua leverages his considerable experience as a litigator to achieve favorable outcomes; and when offering strategic advice, Joshua utilizes keen business sensibilities and political experience to help clients navigate complicated and sensitive situations.
Joshua also maintains a robust pro bono practice. He has represented private companies and nonprofits in both litigation and regulatory matters, and Joshua also frequently works with Denver’s Project Safeguard to seek protective orders on behalf of victims of domestic violence.
Prior to joining the firm, Joshua worked as a litigation associate at Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C. Joshua also served as a law clerk for Chief Judge Gerald E. Rosen in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and Judge Edward C. Prado in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He has authored numerous law review articles and client alerts on a broad range of topics, including health care regulations, international arbitration, the False Claims Act and securities litigation.