Josh Levine is a shareholder in the firm’s Business Litigation practice group.

Since joining the firm in 2013, he has represented clients in federal and state courts and before arbitration panels. Josh primarily concentrates on complex commercial litigation and business disputes.

Josh has handled cases of different sizes involving a wide variety of matters. He has represented clients in larger disputes involving hundreds of millions of dollars as well as smaller six-figure disputes. In all cases, he believes that communication with the client and opposing counsel is of paramount importance. Josh takes a pragmatic approach, both in and out of court, that is tailored to the particular circumstances of the case and the client’s objectives. His experience includes cases involving breach of contract, partnership and shareholder disputes, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, confidentiality agreements, loan agreements, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, misrepresentation, misappropriation of trade secrets, fraud, tortious interference, unjust enrichment, and numerous statutory claims.  He represents companies and individuals in various industries and sectors, such as banking and financial services, real estate, and manufacturing, among many others.

Josh received several awards for his pro bono work in law school and continues to involve himself in pro bono cases.

Josh received his J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law in 2013, where he graduated summa cum laude and was inducted as a member of the Order of the Coif. While in law school, Josh served on the editorial staff of the University of Miami Business Law Review and actively participated as a member of the “Charles C. Papy, Jr. Moot Court Board.”

During law school, Josh also served as a judicial intern for both the Honorable Marcia G. Cooke and the Honorable Alan S. Gold of the Southern District of Florida, served as a legal intern for the general counsel of a large, publicly traded corporation, and worked as a research assistant for Professor Caroline Mala Corbin.

  • Represented manufacturing company in American Arbitration Association (AAA) arbitration resulting in favorable arbitration award against multi-billion dollar, multi-national company.
  • Represented numerous publicly traded and private companies in claims under the BP/Deepwater Horizon multi-district class action settlement, including representation of clients in initial presentation of claims to claims administrator, appeals within claims administration, appeals to federal district court, and appeals to federal appellate court.
  • Represented accounting firm in defending against half-billion dollar audit malpractice, negligent misrepresentation, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty action.
  • Represented and obtained final award in favor of limited partner following four-day arbitration hearing administered by three-arbitrator panel under International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) division of AAA regarding breach of limited partnership agreement.
  • Represented wind energy company in applying for and obtaining evidence, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1782, from subsidiary of wind turbine manufacturer and supplier, for use in German patent infringement action.
  • Represented national bank in defending against multi-million dollar claims of statutory violations and negligence concerning purportedly unauthorized payments from customer’s bank account.
  • Represented marketing firm in dispute with publicly traded company regarding services provided and outstanding amounts owed, and successfully obtained all monies sought by client.
  • Represented hotel management company in defending against multi-million dollar claims based on unfair competition and false advertising under Lanham Act and tortious interference.
  • Represented purchaser of yacht in dispute with yacht manufacturer and obtained all relief sought by client.
  • Represented property owner in successfully defending against claims by general contractor for breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
  • Represented owner of multi-unit residential property and received favorable injunction to preserve property, despite prior notification by county of imminent demolition for purported code violations.
  • Represented licensee in defending against claims of breach of license agreement and obtained full release of liability for client as well as payment to client based on related counterclaim.
  • Represented executives and companies in non-compete and executive compensation matters.
  • The Best Lawyers in America®, “Ones to Watch,” Commercial Litigation, 2023-24
  • Florida Super Lawyers, “Rising Star,” 2018-23
  • Order of the Coif
  • University of Miami Business Law Review, articles and comments editor
  • University of Miami Moot Court Board
  • Dean’s Merit Scholar, 2010-13
  • Dennis O. Lynch Scholar, 2010-13
  • University of Miami “Certificate of Achievement, Performance in Writing Style and Technique”
  • Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA) Outstanding Student Award, 2012-13
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Legal Communications and Research I
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award, University of Miami Tenants’ Rights Clinic
  • Dean’s Certificate of Achievement, Housing Discrimination
  • Honors, Litigation Skills – Trial
  • Writing Dean’s Fellow, Academic Achievement Program, 2012-13
  • Semi-finalist, Gabrielli National Moot Court Competition
  • “Florida Passes Law to Enhance State RICO Act,” co-author, Daily Business Review, April 2016
  • “Arbitration Provisions in Corporate Documents,” co-presenter, CLE to Gunster’s Corporate Practice Group, May 2017
  • “‘That’s Privileged and Confidential!’ Exactly What Does that Mean, Again?,” co-author, ABA Tax Section 2017 Mid-Year Meeting

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