Joshua W. Rodriguez is an international trade and intellectual property attorney focusing on Section 337 investigations of unfair competition before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Based out of Dallas, Texas, he represents domestic clients in multiple industries with a broad range of technologies, from large electronic displays to smartphones.
Josh’s experience in ITC investigations covers numerous aspects of pre-trial and trial activities, including working with clients to perform due diligence before filing an investigation, drafting pleadings and motions, managing complex discovery issues, and deposing corporate representatives. In addition, Josh represented a third party subpoenaed in a Section 337 investigation, resulting in a successful outcome for the client. Josh is also an active member of the firm's pro bono practice.
While in law school, Josh gained significant litigation experience by representing clients as a student-attorney in Boston University School of Law’s year-long civil litigation clinic, where he counseled clients on family law and employment law matters, and clerking for the Texas Office of the Attorney General, General Litigation Division, where he participated in multiple aspects of pre-trial discovery, including deposition preparation and motions practice.
Before law school, Josh was a litigation paralegal for a large law firm in Washington, D.C. and an investigator for a small law firm in Austin, Texas.