Attorney at Law
Josh Waterston is admitted to practice as an attorney at law in Pennsylvania and brings to our firm the expertise of a seasoned litigator. He has handled civil and criminal litigation from trial through appellate stages, having litigated well over 20,000 cases. He served for over 7 years as Supervising Attorney for the Delaware County Office of Support Representation (OSR), managing the law office of Pennsylvania’s third-largest child support agency while demonstrating compassion and competence in the stressful personal issues attendant to family law matters. As an Assistant Public Defender, he represented clients accused of a wide variety of criminal activity, including crimes involving Internet communication and financial transactions across the Internet.
At Elman Technology Law, P.C., Josh helps clients do business via the Internet. This includes counseling and drafting documentation pertaining to a wide range of legal issues that arise in cyberspace. He also advises on and drafts the terms of a variety of business deals and technology licensing agreements. When disputes arise, he helps get them resolved by discussion, mediation, and formal arbitration proceedings, as well as by litigation in court and at administrative agencies such as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
He received his J.D. degree in 1999 from the Widener University School of Law. During each of his years at law school, he served as a legal intern to the Honorable Joseph F. Battle.
Prior to his legal career, Josh served as a computer consultant and has built and rebuilt more computers than he can count. This passion was sparked as a pre-teen by an enjoyable, though not fully successful, attempt to fix his portable cassette player. He enjoys teaching others how to use information technology (IT) to their advantage. A daily reader of numerous business and tech publications, he admits to being a technology geek.
Josh served for many years on the Board of Directors for Congregation Beth Israel of Media, including serving as President of the congregation. He says: “I am married to a wonderful and understanding wife. We have a terrific son who looks forward to becoming a gourmet chef, architect and/or heavy metal guitarist.”