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  • Education
    • J.D., University of Kansas School of Law, 2015, CALI Awards for Complex Litigation and Water Law
    • B.S., summa cum laude, Wichita State University, 2010, Criminal Justice
  • Court Admissions
    • U.S. District Court, District of Kansas, 2016
    • U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri, 2015
Clients in the fields of construction, energy, and real estate litigation rely on Joshua to analyze their cases and develop a powerful strategic approach tailored to their immediate and long-term needs. As a former collegiate athlete, Joshua offers a unique skill set that allows him to provide high-quality, cost-effective representation to his clients. He is an aggressive advocate, committed to zealously protecting his clients’ rights and interests. He also understands the value of tireless preparation and attention to detail, which are just as crucial to victory in the practice of law as they are in sports.

Joshua handles disputes arising at all phases of a construction project – from inception to completion, and when necessary, throughout the dispute resolution process. He works closely with clients to ensure that their needs are met throughout the entire course of representation.

Joshua serves a multitude of client types and industries, including:
  • Commercial
  • High-end residential
  • Hospitality
  • Industrial
  • Infrastructure
  • Water infrastructure
  • Power
  • Real estate
  • Sport facilities
  • Transportation
  • Negotiated the outright dismissal of a commercial roofing contractor’s lawsuit against the owner with no monetary exchange and prior to filing any responsive pleadings or motions where contractor’s potential recovery after offsets for defective work would have been significantly less than the amount of attorney fees that would have been incurred had contractor followed through with litigation.
  • After commercial restoration contractor’s direct negotiations with owner regarding unpaid invoices came to an impasse as a result of owner’s stall tactics (including vague allegations that contractor’s work was incomplete and lacked sufficient backup documentation), filed a demand for arbitration against the owner and settled the case less than three months later for the full principal amount of contractor’s claim.
  • Obtained complete dismissal of a subcontractor’s mechanic’s lien against a hospital owner where less than three percent of the $278,000 lien was reasonably itemized.
  • Assisted owners in a high profile construction defect dispute settle their claims against the general contractor for payment in excess of the owner’s total cost of repairs on the eve of arbitration.

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Author, Thomson Reuters Practical Law
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Associated General Contractors 2018 Kansas Construction Law Updates
Author, Westlaw
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Litigation Overview: Kansas
Author, Thomson Reuters Practical Law 
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Responding to a Complaint: Kansas
Author, Thomson Reuters Practical Law