Joshua R. Mourning practices in many facets of transactional and general corporate law and across a range of industries, including healthcare, construction, and real estate. His corporate practice involves advising clients on a number of matters including:
Josh also has particular experience in advising clients in a number of specialized areas:
Josh’s Washington University Law Review article discusses majority voting in corporate director elections; see The Majority Voting Movement: Curtailing Shareholder Disenfranchisement in Corporate Director Elections, 85 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1143 (2007).
Before joining Lowenbaum Law, Josh was a Senior Managing Associate at Dentons US LLP and an associate at Husch Blackwell LLP.
Washington University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude. Ranked in top 5% of class; Order of the Coif.
Washington University, John M. Olin School of Business, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, summa cum laude. Ranked 1st in class and received Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key for rank.
When away from the office, Josh likes to run in his South St. Louis neighborhood (especially Francis Park), sometimes stopping by Ted Drewes, and also likes to hike on the trails at Castlewood State Park. Josh considers himself a “foodie,” always eager to try new restaurants in St. Louis, and enjoys listening to music and singing. Josh is involved with Safe Connections, an organization that assists victims of domestic and sexual violence and assault.