D. Joshua Staub, admitted in California, and New York, has practiced law in Los Angeles since 1994, emphasizing business transactions, and general civil litigation with experience resolving disputes for plaintiffs, and defendants through arbitration, trial, and mediation involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, class actions, commercial collections, fraud, judgment enforcement, negligence (e.g., automobile accidents, duty of care, malpractice, etc.), nonpayment of wages (wage & hour), and real estate leases.
Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association (Member, Committee on Amicus Briefs (2010 – present), and Judicial Election Evaluations Committee (2010 – present).
California Real Estate Broker (1992 – Present); Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) (2009 – Present); Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) (2004 – 2008); NASD Series 7, 24, & 66 registrations (1998-2004); FINRA Series 65 (2007 – 2009); FINRA Series 7, 24, 28 and 63 (Active); & Private Pilot (2003 – present).
“Meal and rest periods create compliance issues for employers,” Advocate, Vol. 37, Number 4 (April 2010)
“The Impact of Pending Litigation on Fair Value,” The Value Examiner (March/April 2009)
“Letters of Marque: A Short-Term Solution to an Age-Old Problem,” Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, Vol. 40, No. 2, (April, 2009).