Josh knows great client service is grounded in a few core values – being attentive, creative and efficient. He strives for clients to feel he is always available to them and will work diligently to find an answer to their presenting challenge.
Josh helps clients in a variety of industries with their corporate legal needs, from business formation to governance and ongoing operations. He represents parties to mergers and acquisitions, including in asset sales, corporate financings and equity transactions, as well as federal and state securities matters and periodic compliance and reporting matters.
A trusted legal advisor, Josh regularly assists companies with their ongoing legal needs, including negotiating, reviewing and drafting contracts and due diligence related to various business and real estate transactions; obtaining copyrights and trademarks for logos, software and other works; developing contracts for the sale of goods and supplier agreements; and other legal support required by thriving businesses.
Understanding both the great potential and possible risks associated with the air and space industries, Josh regularly develops materials explaining the rapidly evolving laws and regulations that impact commercial space ventures to assist clients with compliance in the highly regulated field of space law. He is currently an LL.M. student at the University of Mississippi studying Air & Space Law and has written on legal topics ranging from liability related to orbital debris to merger and acquisition issues within the industry.
While studying for his J.D., Josh served as a summer legal intern for the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office and, later, as a judicial extern for The Honorable Amos L. Mazzant of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. During law school, he also worked in corporate legal departments for aerospace and technology companies and was the first student selected as a panelist at the American Bar Association Forum on Air and Space Law Update Conference in February 2017, further developing his interest in serving clients at the intersection of technology and the law.