Joshua D. Roth represents entities and individuals in a diverse range of complex white collar, regulatory, and commercial litigation matters. Mr. Roth also represents entities and individuals in investigations and enforcement actions by various federal and state government authorities. Mr. Roth counsels clients on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and related anti-corruption laws, representing entities and individuals in connection with investigations, anti-corruption due diligence for acquisitions, underwritings, and financings, and designing and implementing anti-corruption compliance programs for businesses in various industries. Mr. Roth also litigates corporate matters and business disputes in state and federal courts.
Mr. Roth also maintains a very active pro bono practice, defending clients in criminal and civil proceedings in New York State courts and in the Southern District of New York. Mr. Roth successfully sought leave to appeal a pro bono client’s criminal conviction to the New York State Court of Appeals, where he argued the appeal. Mr. Roth has also represented clients on a pro bono basis in Immigration Court.
Mr. Roth has written on various legal topics and has contributed articles to New York Law Journal and New York Commercial Litigation Insider, among other publications.