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About Joshua

Josh Freda represents clients in a range of litigation matters, including cases arising from energy and environmental issues. He also advises domestic and foreign companies in all stages of conducting business with the government, including contractors, investors and energy companies in federally funded projects. In addition, Josh assists clients in environmental and energy regulation matters.

Credentials

Education

University of Virginia School of Law,
J.D.
2017
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
B.S.
2012
summa cum laude

Bar Admissions

Virginia
District of Columbia

Languages

Spanish

News

Insights

Insights

U.S. Futures Exchanges Disciplinary Actions Alert: March 2018

The Bracewell U.S. Futures Exchanges Disciplinary Actions Report is a monthly report that provides summaries of certain disciplinary notices by U.S. exchanges during the prior month. The report has a...

Court Rejects FERC’s Attempt to Limit Defendant’s Rights

On July 21, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts issued an order finding that Maxim Power Corp. and several affiliates and an employee (collectively, the “Maxim Respondents”) were entitled to a full trial on the merits and discovery rights. The ruling came in an action by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) seeking an order affirming FERC’s assessment of significant civil penalties against Maxim for alleged violations of the Federal Power Act’s (“FPA”) prohibition on market manipulation and related FERC rules. The court’s order is significant both for...

Noteworthy

Noteworthy

University of Virginia School of Law
Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law
Editor