Joshua Krasner focuses his law practice on general liability and public sector defense. He defends clients from a broad spectrum of industries, on behalf of insurance carriers, business, and organizations, in a variety of liability matters.
Mr. Krasner handles defense litigation including personal injury and property damage claims regarding automobile and motorized vehicles, construction defects and business interruption claims, and loss of property value. Additionally, he handles liability matters in complex premises liability claims, and injuries related to allegedly dangerous or hazardous condition.
In his public sector defense work, Mr. Krasner represents government officials and employees in civil, criminal, and regulatory investigations against a variety of allegations related to antitrust violations; bribery and corruption; criminal tax matters; discrimination; financial institution and insurance fraud; harassment; money laundering; securities fraud; whistleblowing and retaliation.
During law school, Mr. Krasner served as an intern at the California Department of Justice Correctional Law Section, handling state defense of prisoner litigation. He also served as an Editor and Senior Production Editor for the Hastings Law Journal. Mr. Krasner served in the U.S. Marine Corps prior to attending college, serving at U.S. Embassies overseas with top-secret security clearance. He also served as a Platoon Sergeant and coordinated cross-organizational trainings with NATO allies to provide quick response to regional crises. He was deployed overseas for peacekeeping and training missions.
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, J.D., cum laude
- University of California, Berkeley, B.A., High Honors
- U.S. Marine Corps, 2007 – 2015
- Platoon Sergeant
- Embassy Guard