Josh Grossman is a trial lawyer practicing in the Business Law and Litigation areas. He represents clients in commercial litigation matters in federal and state trial and appeals courts. Josh has significant experience representing businesses of all sizes in a variety of corporate disputes, including breach of fiduciary duty, shareholder and partnership issues, controversies arising under information privacy, data security and cybersecurity laws, and misappropriation of trade secrets. He represents businesses, developers, and individuals involved in real estate litigation, including construction, land use, environmental issues, insurance coverage actions, and collection of condominium fees. He also regularly represents physicians appearing before the Board of Medicine.
Prior to joining Davis Malm, Josh clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Mark L. Wolf and the late U.S. Court of Appeals First Circuit Judge Congrad K. Cyr.