Justin Wolosz is a seasoned litigator and trial attorney with more than two decades of experience developing creative and efficient strategies to help clients navigate the complexities of sophisticated business disputes.
Justin advises on a wide-range of business litigation matters, with a particular focus on consumer class action and multi-district litigation, as well as novel and complex state-court litigation in the Massachusetts Business Litigation Session and other state courts. Justin’s broad experience positions him to counsel his clients effectively through all phases of complex disputes, from pre-litigation negotiations through trial and any appellate proceedings.
Whether he is representing individual clients or Fortune 500 companies, Justin places a high premium on being a true partner to his clients and believes deeply that listening to his clients is just as important as advising them. Clients rely on Justin for his ability to quickly spot legal issues and to determine strategies to maximize advantage.
Justin’s clients have included Cultural Care, Dartmouth College, Brooks Automation, EMC Corporation, Pfizer, Inc., and Schering-Plough Corp.
- Massachusetts Super Lawyers
- “Litigation Star” by Benchmark Litigation
- Cultural Care, sponsor of the au pair cultural exchange program, in nationwide class action litigation alleging claims based on antitrust, Fair Labor Standards Act, RICO, consumer protection, and other state laws.
- Global IT provider in false claims act investigation by Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General.
- Former high level corporate executives in wrongful termination and defamation litigation.
- Manufacturer of automation, vacuum, and instrumentation equipment in lawsuit against competitor that alleged copyright, trademark, and unfair competition claims.
- National fuel retailer in multi-district putative class action alleging consumer protection violations in connection with the sale of motor fuel at retail.
- Pharmaceutical company in multi-district putative class action alleging improper sales and marketing activities in violation of RICO and various state laws.
- Financial services firm in trial of breach of fiduciary duty and related claims.
- Pharmaceutical company in False Claims Act qui tam action alleging improper marketing activities and wrongful termination of whistleblower.
Publications and Presentations
- "Clash of the Titans: Mock Trial of a Civil Case," presenter, MCLE Webinar, October, 2018.
- "Summary Judgment -- From Soup to Nuts: Effective and Strategic Summary Judgment Advocacy," speaker, Boston Bar Association, November, 2016.
- “Putting Fee-Shifting Agreements Inside Arbitration Clauses,” co-author, Appellate Law360, February 2016.
- “Score 1 for Transportation Network Companies,” author, Public Policy Law360, March 2015.
- “False Claims Act - Outlook for 2014,” co-author, Corporate Disputes.
- “But I Want to Call Him in My Case!,” co-author, ABA’s Trial Evidence.
- “Chapter 1: Jurisdiction and Venue,” LexisNexis Practice Guide: Massachusetts Pretrial Practice.
- “Rule 34: Production of Documents and Things and Entry Upon Land for Inspection and Other Purposes,” co-author, Colorado Civil Procedure Forms and Commentary.
Professional and Community Involvement
- Member of the Boston Bar Association and the American Bar Association
- Board member of the Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice
Education & Credentials
Georgetown University Law Center
JD, 1999, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
ATLA Student Advocacy Award
Member, The Tax Lawyer
College of the Holy Cross
AB, 1996, cum laude
U.S. Tax Court
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
U.S. Courts of Appeals, First, Second, Ninth & Tenth Circuits
U.S. District Courts, Colorado & Massachusetts
Choate receives high rankings in Benchmark Litigation’s annual survey of the top attorneys and law firms in the United States.
Mark Cahill, Macey Russell and Justin Wolosz discuss the potential civil and criminal litigation risks for employers if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in the Dobbs case.
The Legal 500 2022 recognized 31 Choate attorneys in their respective fields and 14 practice areas, with education and middle-market M&A receiving Tier 1 rankings.
Over 60 percent of Choate’s litigation partners have been selected as Benchmark Litigation 2021 “Litigation Stars.”
Choate hosted a virtual roundtable discussion on emerging cybersecurity threats. Adam Bookbinder, Julia Hesse, and Justin Wolosz share key takeaways from the discussion.