Joshua is co-chair of the Securities Industry practice and co-chair of the Cannabis Law practice.
Joshua represents major financial services companies in matters throughout the country. He also represents financial advisory companies, individual advisors, and counselors in FINRA examinations, enforcement and arbitrations. Joshua has also represented individual brokers on disciplinary matters before FINRA and state securities commissions, and has represented companies and individuals in SEC investigations.
Joshua’s practice also includes the representation of the premier merchant card processing company in various matters, including class actions, throughout the country.
Among other work, Joshua provides representation in the following areas:
Trademarks and trade secrets
SEC investigations and enforcement
Credit card processing services
Legal malpractice defense
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Fair Credit Reporting Act
Telephone Consumer Protection Act
Joshua understands the needs of businesses in the rapidly expanding and highly regulated market for legalized cannabis. He is part of a multidisciplinary team at Fox that is prepared to provide services and guidance to legal marijuana businesses in the areas of:
Shareholder and partnership agreements
Banking and financial services
Josh is a sought-after authority on complex cannabis law issues. He has advised Philadelphia City Council on the employment law challenges posed by Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program as a representative of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Medical Marijuana and Hemp Committee.
More and more states are legalizing marijuana. But the growing trend of legalization leaves open many questions because the use, sale, or distribution of marijuana remains illegal under federal law. One such question is what happens when a United Sta...