Joshua Cohen is a trial attorney in the firm’s Pasadena office. Mr. Cohen’s practice focuses on general business litigation, personal injury cases, general casualty litigation including construction and design liability, and representing architects and engineers in professional liability litigation. He regularly negotiates commercial leases and assists in real estate transactions as well as representing sellers, buyers or real estate professional in litigation arising from transactions. He has handled litigation involving real property rights, quiet title, specific performance, partition, easements, and breach of contract. In addition to several successful jury and bench trials, Mr. Cohen has extensive experience handling landlord tenant disputes, property management issues, lease litigation, tenant mold litigation and representing owners and tenants sued in ADA discrimination suits.
Mr. Cohen’s professional affiliations include the Pasadena Foothill Association of Realtors, The Pasadena Bar Association, and the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel. He is active in giving seminars to Architects on ADA related legal issues, and has written articles on laws affecting real estate professionals including Upside-down Homes Create New Pitfall for Real Estate Brokers and Dual Agency Danger for Brokers with Two Agents.
Mr. Cohen obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Economics from University of California, Santa Barbara in 1990. He subsequently obtained his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School in 1995.
- State Bar of California
- Pasadena Bar Association
- Association of Southern California Defense Counsel
- Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors®
- What if Someone Changes My Plans?
- Upside-down Homes Create New Pitfall for Real Estate Brokers
- Dual Agency Danger for Brokers with Two Agents
- ADA Related Lawsuits: What to Know
- Designers’ Essential Tools To Ensure Payment in Today’s Economy