- Email: Josh.Aicklen@lewisbrisbois.com
- Phone: 702.693.4373
- Fax: 702.893.3789
Josh Cole Aicklen is a partner in the Las Vegas office of Lewis Brisbois and chair of the Hospitality Practice. He has 25 years of experience litigating cases in Nevada and California State and Federal courts. Mr. Aicklen practices in the areas of hospitality litigation and works with local and national hospitality clients in all aspects of premises, food service, grocery and retail stores, and business matters. His other practice areas include general liability litigation defense in wrongful death, automobile, trucking and motorcycle cases; premises liability/negligent security claims against landowners; products liability; and the investigation and litigation of fraudulent claims.
Mr. Aicklen was an adjunct Professor of Law at Whittier College School of Law, teaching courses on Legal Research, Writing and Civil Discovery. He teaches a workshop course to insurance industry professionals on how to detect and litigate fraudulent claims. Mr. Aicklen has also taught seminar courses on jury selection; jury trials in automobile accident cases; trying personal injury cases in Nevada; legal writing; defense of mold and mildew cases; and Nevada employment law.
Mr. Aicklen has been named a top general liability litigation lawyer by Desert Companion Magazine and "Best of the Best" by Vegas Inc. Magazine.
- June 23, 2017 Josh Cole Aicklen to Speak at Trial Seminar
- October 19, 2016 Josh Aicklen, David Avakian Secure Defense Verdict
- March 28, 2016 Hospitality Practice Newsletter - Spring, 2016
United States Supreme Court
- Nevada State Bar Association
- California State Bar Association
- Clark County Bar Association
Awards & Honors
- AV Rated by Martindale Hubbell
- Top General Liability Lawyer - Desert Companion Magazine
- "Best of the Best" - Vegas Inc. Magazine
- Top Rated Lawyer by Martindale Hubbell
- Nevada Litigation, February 2015
Whittier College School of Law
Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, 1990
University of Southern California
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, 1985