Josh Krakowsky is a senior business litigator at Davidoff Hutcher & Citron with more than fourteen years of experience in all variety of commercial litigation, with a focus on contractual disputes, fiduciary obligations, restrictive covenants, and corporate divorce.
Prior to joining Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, Mr. Krakowsky developed a broad background as a litigator at Dechert LLP, where he practiced complex commercial litigation, securities litigation, bankruptcy litigation, and products liability litigation.
Mr. Krakowsky first-chaired several trials and has defended dozens of depositions, handled numerous appeals, and is fully versed in all aspects of discovery and trial in federal and state courts, as well as private arbitration and mediation. Clients appreciate his candor, tenacity, and ability to achieve the client’s goals effectively and efficiently.
DLA Piper (US) v. Victor, Index No. 650374/2012 (Sup. Ct. N.Y. Co. 2012), which was reported on the front page of both the New York Times and the New York Law Journal on March 26, 2013, one of the biggest legal stories of the year:
Suit Offers a Peek at the Practice of Inflating a Legal Bill