Joshua David Rogaczewski focuses his practice on complex civil litigation in a variety of substantive areas, including
Joshua’s federal court experience spans the entire litigation process, from complaints through appeals. In many of his cases, he has developed the client’s initial pleading, prepared and prosecuted the discovery plan, supervised the summary-judgment process, and prepared the case for trial (in cases that went to trial). He has experience in both jury and nonjury trials. At the appellate level, Joshua has substantial experience briefing cases for appeal, has argued appeals, and has litigated issues before the Supreme Court.
In addition to his federal litigation experience, Joshua has litigated cases in Virginia’s state courts and has advised clients on directors-and-officers-insurance issues, coverage and reporting obligations, insurance-claims handling, and insurance procurement. Finally, Joshua has extensive experience in professional-responsibility matters, including serving as the chairperson for hearing committees of the DC Board of Professional Responsibility.
Joshua has co-authored several articles for professional legal publications. While in law school, he served as a lead articles editor for The Tax Lawyer. He was also a member of the Appellate Litigation Clinic (during which time he argued before the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit) and a Legal Writing Fellow.