Josh Roseman conducts internal investigations, advises on ethics and compliance, and defends companies, directors, and management in high-stakes criminal and civil matters. Josh has led numerous internal investigations of alleged misconduct and also has defended U.S. and foreign clients from investigations by DOJ, SEC, World Bank, state AGs, bank regulators, and other federal and state authorities. Josh is a Certified Fraud Examiner and a Certified Fraud Specialist.
Josh has led investigations into, and defended against, allegations of accounting fraud, corruption, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), insider trading, and embezzlement. Josh recently completed internal investigations for the boards of two Fortune 10 companies. He also counsels boards and compliance officers on ethics and compliance programs. Josh previously represented a corporate monitor where he assessed compliance and accounting controls and reported to DOJ. Josh has also defended some of the largest shareholder class actions, derivative cases, and proxy contests.
Josh was part of a trial team that won a jury verdict The National Law Journal named a "Top 10 defense verdict" of the year. Through Jones Day's "lawyer on loan" program with the Dallas County District Attorney's Office, Josh served as an assistant DA and tried more than 20 cases to jury verdicts. He is a regular speaker on internal investigations, ethics and compliance, and corporate culture. D Magazine named him among the "Best Lawyers in Dallas" three years in a row, and Texas Monthly named him a Super Lawyer Rising Star seven times. He serves on the boards of the Dallas Holocaust & Human Rights Museum, the Anti-Defamation League, and JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).