AREA OF PRACTICE
Domestic Relations, Energy and Utility Law, Civil Litigation
University of Colorado, Bachelor of Science, 2003
University of Colorado, Juris Doctorate, 2007
State of Colorado, (2007)
U.S. District Court, D. Colo. (2010)
A Colorado native, Josh Anderson attended the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business, where he received his Bachelor's of Science in Finance, prior to receiving his law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law. Following law school, Josh clerked for the Honorable Lael E. Montgomery of the 20th Judicial District, Boulder County District Court. During this clerkship, Josh obtained valuable experience in all areas of family law. Josh has been an associate at Dietze and Davis since 2008.
Josh represents clients in many areas including, but not limited to, the following:
Domestic Relations/Familiy Law. Josh's practice includes representing clients in the areas of dissolution of marriage (divorce), legal separation, annulment, allocation of parental responsibilities, parenting time disputes, child custody, visitation, child support, maintenance/alimony, domestic violence, protective orders, and child relocation and removal.
Energy and utility Law. Josh frequently works with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and municipal water districts. Josh has handled matters relating to renewable energy and utility planning and development, utility rate changes, state and federal rulemaking, franchise negotiations, and power purchase agreements.
General Litigation. Josh represents clients in many areas of civil litigation, including Landlord/Tenant, lease disputes, eviction, security deposit disputes, contractor/homeowner disputes and collections. Josh's experience also extends to employment law, including unemployment benefits and appeals.
Josh represents his clients in all phases of litigation and other proceedings from the initial filing through mediation, negotiation and trial.
Josh continues to be actively involved in the legal community through his participation in local bar programs. Josh is also coaching CU law students as they prepare for the Child Welfare and Adoption Law Moot Court Competition.