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Josh Sohn is a first-chair trial lawyer with a client-first focus. He places a high priority on cultivating relationships and helping clients identify and achieve their goals in the face of litigation. Through over 25 years of experience, Josh has developed a broad and refined skillset for solving complicated problems.

Josh’s practice encompasses complex disputes for a broad range of clients, including those in the financial services, real estate, employment, construction, and securities industries. The diversity of his practice reflects the multi-faceted approach he takes to litigation, always keeping his clients’ interests at the forefront of legal strategy. As a general commercial litigator, he regularly handles complex breach of contract, business fraud, corporate governance disputes, and corporate divorce cases for foreign and domestic clients. As a securities litigator, he handles SEC enforcement actions and investigations, federal securities class actions, private investment disputes, and directors’ and officers’ liability cases. In his real estate practice, he advises clients and litigates joint venture partner disputes, defaults and loan accelerations, and commercial lease disputes involving both domestic and overseas parties on behalf of banks, developers, owners, corporate tenants, and public agencies. Josh is a tireless advocate for his clients, and his work has consistently resulted in favorable outcomes amidst challenging legal battles.

Text messages and other non-email, electronic communications have become increasingly important in securities fraud matters. These communications are often sent from personal mobile devices and often provide key evidence.  It has become clear that the most interesting, and sometimes most problematic, communications often do not take place via email.Continue Reading Text Messages Lead to $4.47B Liability in Securities Fraud Case