Joshua A. Lewin


Josh Lewin represents both businesses and individuals in a variety of civil litigation matters. His extensive experience includes complex business disputes, breach of contract and unfair competition litigation, catastrophic injury and death claims, discrimination suits, insurance coverage disputes, as well as property and environmental claims. Josh also has extensive experience in the utility and energy industries, having represented the largest regional telecommunications, natural gas and electricity providers. Through trial, arbitration, mediation, and negotiations, Josh has achieved positive outcomes for his clients in a variety of different cases.

Josh has handled lawsuits from inception through trial and appeal in both the state and federal courts. In 2009, Josh successfully defended consumer claims in the federal district court under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and prevailed on appeal before the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in a case which decided several issues of first impression. See Chiang v. Verizon New England Inc., 595 F. 3d 26 (First Cir. 2010). In 2013, the Massachusetts Appeals Court upheld a Superior Court jury's verdict in favor of Josh's clients against their former attorney for charging an unfair and excessive fee and affirmed the trial Judge's award of triple damages and attorney's fees under the Consumer Protection Act, commonly known as chapter 93A. See Landry v.  Haartz, 83 Mass. App. Ct. 1135 (2013). In addition to his regular civil caseload, in March 2009, Josh was sworn in as a special assistant district attorney for Suffolk County. In that capacity, he prosecuted white collar criminal cases for the Special Prosecutions Bureau on a pro bono basis.

Josh has been recognized by Boston Magazine in both 2007 and 2009 as a Massachusetts “Rising Star” in the area of General Litigation, and Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly named him as one of twenty “Up and Coming” lawyers in 2010.

Admitted to Practice: 

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

Professional/Community Affiliations: 

  • Volunteer, Big Brothers of Massachusetts Bay
  • Finalist, 2006 Big Brother of the Year, Big Brothers of Massachusetts Bay