Joshua B. Brooks
Practice Areas: Corporate Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Bankruptcy Litigation, Corporate Litigation
Joshua’s experience includes representing debtors in proceedings initiated under chapter 11, including subchapter V, and chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code. Prior to joining Landis Rath & Cobb LLP, he advised future claimants’ representatives in several mass tort bankruptcies, assisted with corporate and commercial litigation, and investigated potential claims against corporate officers and directors on behalf of special investigation committees.
Joshua graduated from Widener University Delaware Law School where he participated in mock trial and alternative dispute resolution competitions, volunteered in pro bono will drafting initiatives for first responders and senior citizens, and was a member of the Black Law Students Association. He is an active alumnus, regularly returning to guide and mentor students and younger lawyers.
Joshua remains committed to the advancement of the Delaware bar and his community through his contributions to community and professional organizations. He serves as the Vice-Chair of Law School Outreach for the Multicultural Judges and Lawyers Section of the Delaware State Bar Association. Joshua is a member of the Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court, the Delaware Barristers Association, the American Bar Association, and the American Bankruptcy Institute. Additionally, Joshua devotes extensive time as a volunteer Child Attorney with the Office of the Child Advocate.
Joshua is admitted to practice in Delaware and Maryland.
Widener University Delaware Law School, J.D.
Wilmington University, B.S.
Supreme Court of Delaware
Supreme Court of Maryland
U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware
Memberships and Associations
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Bar Association
Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court
Delaware Barristers Association
Delaware State Bar Association, Multicultural Judges & Lawyers Section, Vice-Chair of Law School Outreach
Presentations and Publications
Who’s My Client? The Importance of Engagement Letters, American Bankruptcy Association, June 2021, Co-Author
Delaware Views from the Bench 2022: Current Issues in Subchapter V Cases, Facilitator
Chapter 11 Debtors
225 Bowery, LLC
AeroCision Parent, Inc.
Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Lucira Health, Inc.
Welded Construction, L.P.
Zohar III, Corp.
Chapter 11 Future Claimants’ Representatives
Boy Scouts of America
Imerys Talc America, Inc.
Chapter 15 Debtors
G.I. Sportz, Inc.
Yatsen Group of Companies, Inc.
Corporate and Commercial Litigation Clients
Zohar III, Corp.