Joseph's practice focuses on a variety of civil litigation matters, including patent litigation, trade secret disputes, and complex commercial litigation. Joseph's primary focus is intellectual property litigation, and he is experienced in many aspects, including expert discovery and pretrial motion practice.
In addition, Joseph gained valuable experience representing a homeless shelter, pro bono, as lead attorney in over a dozen housing court matters, including summary process jury trial and mediations, and he supervised junior associates on related matters.
Prior to joining Mintz Levin, Joseph was an associate in the Boston litigation practice of another international law firm. During law school, Joseph was an editor on the Boston University Law Review.
Before law school, Joseph was a business and systems integration consultant, and he worked with Fortune 500 clients to implement enterprise-wide IT systems across US markets.