Joshua Abromovitz is a strategic litigator with a knack for solving complex and novel legal issues where others have failed. He represents clients of all sizes from startups to Fortune 500 companies in both single-plaintiff lawsuits and class/collective actions, and provides daily counseling to employers on a variety of employment-related issues.
Joshua’s labor and employment experience includes representing financial institutions, retailers, major restaurant groups and other employers in actions brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other state and federal discrimination and wage and hour laws. He also possesses extensive experience counseling companies on a variety of licensing and regulatory issues at both the state and federal level.
Prior to joining Littler, Joshua worked at a Denver-based national business law firm, where he gained significant experience in all facets of commercial litigation. Joshua prides himself on finding real-world solutions to complex legal issues while navigating the ever-evolving terrain of modern labor and employment law.
While in law school, Joshua was a member of the University of Denver’s National Trial Team, and also had the pleasure of clerking for the Hon. Ann Gail Meinster in the First Judicial District (Jefferson County) as well as Justice Brian D. Boatright at the Colorado Supreme Court.