Joshua Marks’ practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. He represents clients in civil litigation in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels. His clients include private and public corporations, private equity and other investment firms, partnerships and individuals spanning numerous industries, including finance, private equity, real estate, travel, insurance, manufacturing and mining.
Josh also maintains an active pro bono practice. He has assisted with the defense of clients accused of federal criminal offenses and has defended clients in eviction proceedings.
Josh clerked for the Honorable Sarala V. Nagala, U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.
- FinancialApps, a developer of financial services software, in its suit against Envestnet, a $3 billion wealth management software provider, and its subsidiary Yodlee, a consumer financial data aggregator, alleging theft of FinApps’ valuable proprietary information and trade secrets to unlawfully develop software products that compete with FinApps.
- Eros International in defamation claims against several hedge funds and market participants that conspired to execute a multi-year short-and-distort scheme against Eros.
- The Renco Group, a mining and metal recovery holding company, and certain shareholders, in defending thousands of individual suits brought by Peruvian plaintiffs asserting mass tort and vicarious liability claims, including developing and asserting defenses based on the doctrine of international comity and Peru’s assertions of sovereignty.