Cohen Tauber Spievack & Wagner has announced that Josh Rievman has joined the firm as partner in the litigation department.
An accomplished litigator and counselor to companies, business executives and individuals, Josh (click here for bio) specializes in the litigation and arbitration of commercial disputes. Josh has successfully represented clients in jury and non-jury trials, and in appeals, in state and federal courts both in New York and around the country and in arbitration here and abroad. Josh also counsels employees and employers with respect to separation, onboarding and internal investigations.
Josh works with domestic and international clients in matters involving complex breach of contract disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, unfair competition, licensing, products liability, trademark, securities, partnership disputes and dissolutions, banking transactions, technology, professional sports contracts, and bankruptcy.
Josh is an active member of Legus, an international network of law firms, strengthening CTSW’s relationships with other counsel worldwide. Josh is a member of the Congress of Fellows of the Center for International Legal Studies. He also frequently speaks and writes on issues related to the litigation and arbitration of international and domestic commercial disputes.
“Josh brings international depth and sophisticated litigation experience to our firm. His business-oriented approach to legal practice is a great fit with how we deliver value to our clients,” said Jerry Cohen, managing partner of CTSW.
Josh graduated from Duke University, cum laude, and Boston College Law School, cum laude, where he was the Executive Editor of the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review. Josh has an AV/Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell.