Waco Local Counsel Federal Court

Josh Borsellino was born and raised in Waco, Texas.  Immediately after graduating from Tulane Law School, Josh Borsellino clerked for the Chief Judge of the Western District of Texas, the Hon. Walter S. Smith, Jr., for two years.  While he clerked for Judge Smith, Josh also served as the law clerk for U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey C. Manske for a multi-week civil trial.  As such, Josh is very familiar with the local rules and practices of the federal court in Waco.

Since leaving his clerkship with Judge Smith in 2006, Josh Borsellino has practiced across Texas, and has practiced extensively in the federal courts in Texas, including the Western District, on a range of civil cases, representing clients ranging from individuals to Fortune 500 companies, and everything in between, both as plaintiffs and defendants, on a wide variety of cases involving federal claims (trademark and copyright infringement, FLSA, Title VII) and state law claims (fraudulent inducement, breach of contract, DTPA claims).  Before founding his own firm, Mr. Borsellino previously worked at Haynes and Boone, one of the largest and most prestigious law firms in Texas where he was voted as a “Rising Star” by Thompson Reuters and has served as local counsel on a number of federal cases across Texas.

If you are an out-of-town, out-of-state or foreign law firm handling significant litigation in Waco or elsewhere in the Western District of Texas, please contact me at 817.908.9861.  I would be happy to speak to you and discuss how my firm could assist you in representing your client.