An experienced leader in the marketplace, Joshua Just, Attorney, President and Founder of Charter Investments has started several successful firms in the areas of real estate, discount health, and financial management services. Currently, Mr. Just’s company, Charter Investments, infuses entrepreneurs with start-up capital but also uses his unique background to apply himself as a managing partner or board member. Mr. Just is also a managing partner and founding member of Valued Health LLC, a discount health company, a partner in the debt settlement company, LHDR-Help, LLC, as well as the managing partner of E&J Real Estate, a real estate development company in the New York tri-state area.

Joshua Just’s leadership, analytical, and communication skills have been honed through years of experience in marketing, management and economics and as a trial lawyer.

“I have a keen eye for identifying new business opportunities within existing market segments and growth industries. On my blog, I’ll keep up to date with the latest investment, finance, legal, and real estate news. Look for repeat blog features like the Joshua Just Investment Corner where I’ll talk about new market growth opportunities, the Real Estate Round Table – a collection of recent sound bytes from industry leaders- and the Joshua Just Judgment – my personal take on a breaking story.

“For over five years, I’ve been a legal and business consultant for a family of companies providing language services, E-discovery and technology solutions for large law firms and fortune 500 companies with an emphasis on global markets. The company is a global provider with over 90 offices around the world and over 4,000 employees.

“Working closely with the leadership of the world’s largest privately held provider of language services and related technologies, I work with the executive team on a daily basis, advising on high-level projects from both a legal and business perspective, including contract analysis, and deal negotiations.  I also manage the dispute resolution process, developing solutions for customers, managing client expectations, and resolving contractual and product-related disputes.”

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