Noah Nadler has successfully represented companies from many different industries in a wide array of complex litigation—with a focus in representing corporate policyholders in litigation involving large claims under all types of insurance policies, including Directors and Officers (D&O), Errors and Omissions (E&O), Fiduciary Liability, Commercial General Liability (CGL), Property, Builder’s Risk, Employer’s Liability, Environmental and Energy policies.
Whether it be securing summary judgment for an NHL hockey team in a large insurance coverage matter; securing summary judgment for a Texas developer defeating fraud claims brought by its customers; successfully representing a large energy client in a fraud case against an international construction company; securing dismissal of a breach of contract claim brought by an international construction company; helping secure large settlements for numerous clients in cases against their insurance carriers; or advising clients on how to minimize risk, Noah has consistently shown a track record of success representing clients in state and federal court, appeals, arbitrations, negotiations, and proactively protecting clients with thoughtful risk-management strategies.
Noah’s value to clients is his ability to see the big picture and maximize results while understanding the need to minimize the cost and burden of litigation. Noah realizes that the costs and time commitment associated with litigation can negatively impact his clients’ business operations and bottom line. As a result, Noah creates litigation strategies that take into consideration the potential negative ramifications that litigation poses to other areas of his clients’ business. Noah has extensive experience in all aspects of case management, discovery, motion practice and trial practice in commercial litigation matters, including cases pending in state courts throughout Texas (both trial and appellate), federal district courts in Texas and the Southern District of New York, the Fifth Circuit, and the Second Circuit.
Noah regularly takes on pro-bono cases and is a co-chair of a local bar committee that plans events providing free legal advice to the community.
Prior to joining Wick Phillips, Noah was at Haynes and Boone, LLP in the firm’s insurance coverage and business litigation practice groups.
- Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star, Texas Monthly (2016-2017)