Joshua A. Kobrin

Josh-Kobrin
(412) 338-5208
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Commercial Contracts
  • False Advertising
  • Fraud
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Arbitration
  • Antitrust Litigation
  • New York University School of Law, J.D., 2006
  • Northwestern University, B.S., magna cum laude, 2000
  • The Honorable James G. Carr, United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  • The Honorable Helene N. White, United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
  • Pennsylvania
  • New York
  • Georgia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia

Prior to joining Marcus & Shapira in 2015, Josh Kobrin worked at a multinational law firm in New York City, where he represented clients in the finance, fashion, medical technology, and legal fields.  Josh then joined a full-service law firm in Atlanta, Georgia, where he focused on commercial litigation, alternative dispute resolution, business torts, and contract disputes.  Josh has also maintained an active pro bono practice, representing clients in partnership with the Legal Aid Society of New York, the City Bar Justice Center, the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project, and the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta.  He is currently involved in efforts to obtain new sentences for defendants in Western Pennsylvania who are serving life without parole for crimes committed when they were juveniles.

Josh graduated from the New York University School of Law and Northwestern University.  At New York University, he was a Managing Editor of the New York University Annual Survey of American Law.  Josh is the author of “Placing Trust in the Guidelines: Methods and Meanings in the Application of Section 3B1.3, the Sentence Enhancement for Abusing a Position of Trust,” in Roger Williams University Law Review, 121 (2006), and “Betraying Honest Services: Theories of Trust and Betrayal Applied to the Mail Fraud Statute and § 1346,” in the New York University Annual Survey of America Law.  He is also the co-author of “Twombly in the States: Four Years Hence” in The Antitrust Practitioner.