Josh is a determined advocate for his clients, always taking the extra step to uncover and interpret the fine details of a case. He excels at analyzing complicated issues - translating his attention to detail into courtroom success - whether winning dismissal of a wage case against an employer or gaining a summary judgment in a complex labor case.
Josh has worked on cases involving wage and hour claims, wrongful terminations, criminal matters, and commercial disputes, including contract issues, domain piracy, and non-compete agreements.
A Bethesda native, Josh plays baseball, golf, and ice hockey in his spare time.
Montgomery County Circuit Court (Judge David A. Boynton)
•Employers May Need to Include Temps and Independent Contractors Under Insurance Policies March 1, 2017
•Federal Contractors Must Now Comply with New Paid Sick Leave Laws January 25, 2017
•New Options for Defending Trade Secrets October 24, 2016
•Out-of-State Employers Should Heed the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law May 31, 2016
•Employers Get a Surprise in the Department of Labor’s Proposed Expanded Overtime Regulations July 1, 2015
•Lerch Early Welcomes New Transactions and Litigation Attorneys September 25, 2014
•Joshua Schmand Admitted to Virginia Bar June 3, 2015
•District of Columbia Bar Association
•Maryland State Bar Association
•Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland (Social Media & Technology Committee, 2016-17), (New Practitioner's Section, Co-Chair, 2017-2019)
•American Bar Association
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