Josh Bernstein is that rare lawyer with a white shoe pedigree who chooses to represent employees from all walks of life. He relishes litigating against well-heeled firms and deep pocketed defendants.
Josh Bernstein only takes cases he believes will survive the numerous hurdles of litigation, and favors trial to settlement by nature. The firm business model is borrowed from a card shark: Don’t look for a sucker. Look for a champion, and make a sucker out of ‘em.
Josh Bernstein represents employees in federal and state courts, before government agencies such as the EEOC, and in private forums including arbitration and mediation. He represents clients with a wide variety of claims: employment discrimination; sexual harassment; severance disputes; failure to pay wages or overtime (wage-and-hour suits); and breach of contract. Josh also advises employees on employment contracts and offers, severance and departure agreements, and the applicability of restrictions in employment agreements such as non-compete and non-solicitation clauses.