Joshua supports a number of public company clients in understanding and complying with legal and regulatory requirements, including listing standards, routine reporting and other interactions with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and state securities authorities, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Nasdaq and NYSE markets, and the over-the-counter markets.
Joshua regularly counsels private and public company clients and their boards on oversight responsibilities, board and committee structures, fiduciary duties, and stakeholder engagement.
Joshua works with issuers and underwriters in connection with public and private debt and equity securities offerings, including shelf registrations and:
- Initial public offerings (IPOs) and other methods of “going public”
- Various underwritten offering structures
- Registered direct offerings
- Private placements in public equity
- Acquisition financing
- Restructuring transactions
Law Faculty Position
Joshua has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota Law School since the 2009 founding of its experiential learning course, “Law in Practice.” He continues to instruct a section of the course each spring semester.
The course has become a part of the base curriculum for all first-year J.D. students and focuses on client service, including interviewing and counseling, interactions among parties and witnesses, settlements, mediations and negotiation skills.