Georgetown University Law Center
JD, 1999, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
College of the Holy Cross
AB, 1996, with honors, cum laude
US Tax Court
US Court of Federal Claims
US Court of Appeals, Ninth & First Circuits
US District Court, Massachusetts
Justin Wolosz is a partner in the firm’s Complex Business & Appellate Litigation Group. Mr. Wolosz represents businesses and individuals in complex litigation matters, from pre-litigation through trial or arbitration. His experience ranges from contract and other business disputes to consumer class actions, related investigations, and appeals.
From 2002-2005, Mr. Wolosz lived on the island of Saipan, where he served as Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, handling criminal and civil matters in local and federal court.
Mr. Wolosz is a Massachusetts Super Lawyer.
Mr. Wolosz focuses on complex commercial and business litigation, including multi-district, class action and False Claims Act litigation. He also advises clients facing commercial transaction disputes and those seeking emergency relief related to business dealings and contractual obligations. Mr. Wolosz has extensive experience representing clients in both federal and Massachusetts state courts, including the Business Litigation Session of the Massachusetts Superior Court.
- Represented national fuel retailer in multi-district putative class action alleging consumer protection violations in connection with the sale of motor fuel at retail.
- Represented pharmaceutical company in connection with multi-district putative class action alleging improper sales and marketing activities in violation of RICO and various state laws. Consolidated action was dismissed by trial court and dismissal was affirmed by US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
- Represented financial services firm in trial of breach of fiduciary duty and related claims.
- Represented pharmaceutical company in False Claims Act qui tam action alleging improper marketing activities and wrongful termination, which resulted in a negotiated resolution.
- Represented financial services firm in putative securities class action suit alleging improper public disclosures. Litigated favorable dismissal from trial court and successful appeal in the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Publications and Presentations
- “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, 2014.
- “But I Want to Call Him in My Case!,” co-author, ABA’s Trial Evidence, 2014.
- “Chapter 1: Jurisdiction and Venue,” LexisNexis Practice Guide: Massachusetts Pretrial Practice, 2012.
- “Rule 34: Production of Documents and Things and Entry Upon Land for Inspection and Other Purposes,” co-author, Colorado Civil Procedure Forms and Commentary, 2005.
Professional and Community Involvement
Mr. Wolosz is a member of the Boston Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He also serves as a board member and Vice Chair of the Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice.