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Joshua D. Waterston

Senior Attorney and Director of Fractional Counsel Services

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Josh Waterston is a senior attorney with Wilftek. He practices intellectual property and technology law, focusing on the intersection of technology, privacy, and security. He enables clients to leverage cloud computing opportunities while mitigating their legal and financial exposure. In short, he helps clients take advantage of opportunities created by new technology without falling into hidden traps. Wilftek works with clients of all sizes (one-person startups to Fortune 500 to Global 10,000).

Prior to joining Wilftek, Josh was associated with two other firms, practicing intellectual property and technology law. He has represented clients in Federal copyright, trademark, and patent infringement litigation.

Mr. Waterston has spent much of his career as a litigator. He has handled civil and criminal litigation from trial through appellate stages, having litigated well over 30,000 cases in two decades. He served for over seven years as Chief Counsel of the Delaware County Office of Support Enforcement, managing the law office of Pennsylvania’s third-largest child support agency and leading a program which collected over $3 Million in overdue child support. Josh is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania state courts, as well as the United States District Courts in the Eastern, Middle, and Western districts of Pennsylvania.

Josh has been voted one of the top attorneys in Delaware County and the Main Line over the last several years. He is a member of the Delaware County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania Intellectual Property Forum, and is a current member and former board member of the Cloud Security Alliance – Delaware Valley Chapter. He has taught continuing legal education seminars on intellectual property law, privacy and cybersecurity, technology and ethics, and family law. Recently, Josh has spoken on issues of generative artificial intelligence and intellectual property rights. He has followed the waves of technology for decades, building and repairing computers, designing and coding websites, and dabbling in programming.

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