Joseph L. Decker specializes in cases involving technology including antitrust, False Claims Act and telecommunications. He advises and supports the firm in matters related to electronic discovery and spoliation issues.
Practice & Background
Prior to studying law, Mr. Decker spent 20 years as a systems analyst and project manager in the telecommunications business. He has managed teams of attorneys both inside and outside of the firm to conduct discovery in complex cases. Mr. Decker has managed all types of discovery issues and disputes, including deposing expert witnesses in computer technology, economics and psychiatry.
Mr. Decker is active in the firm’s pro bono practice, receiving recognition as a member of the pro bono team of the year at the firm’s Washington office in 2007, 2008 and 2012. He was awarded the Stark Ritchie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Pro Bono Representation in 2010.
Mr. Decker graduated summa cum laude from the George Mason University School of law in 2005, where he was awarded the Richard S. Murphy Memorial Prize in 2004.