Noah Hagey

Noah Hagey – Partner at BraunHagey & Borden LLP

Noah Hagey is a partner at BraunHagey & Borden LLP and assists clients with Business Litigation matters. Distinguished as one of the country’s premier trial attorneys with multiple top 100 national trial and arbitration awards to his credit, Noah stands out among competitors as an accomplished advisor on Business Litigation matters.

He graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 2001 and since has built an impact litigation boutique specializing in impact cases. Among others, his firm represents librarians fighting book banning in Texas as well as immigration groups suing facial recognition companies.

Early Life and Education

Noah Hagey was born and raised in San Francisco. A graduate of Stanford University and UCLA School of Law, he currently works as a partner at BraunHagey & Borden LLP – an established litigation and corporate boutique with offices both in San Francisco and New York.

He is recognized as one of the nation’s foremost trial attorneys with multiple Top 100 national trial and arbitration awards, being retained to prosecute bet-the-company disputes as lead counsel in areas such as intellectual property, financial fraud, trade secrets theft, antitrust law violations, class actions litigations, founders’ disputes investment litigation as well as bankruptcy related litigation matters.

Noah currently resides in the Bay Area with his wife and three children, enjoying hiking the trails of Marin, biking to work over the Golden Gate Bridge and coaching his children’s basketball and soccer teams.

Professional Career

Noah Hagey has represented clients in three international cases reported by Jus Mundi (3 Commercial Arbitration).

BraunHagey & Borden LLP, a complex litigation boutique, employs him as lead trial counsel in bet-the-company disputes for Fortune 500 companies, private businesses, hedge funds, investors and entrepreneurs. His winning record as lead trial counsel includes cases related to intellectual property rights infringement, financial fraud, class actions trade secrets antitrust founders’ disputes investment litigation.

He founded his firm at the University of Texas School of Law in 2009, handling various forms of business litigation ranging from class actions and securities suits, consulting private equity/hedge fund firms on matters pertaining to litigation risk/due diligence analysis as well as public companies on corporate governance matters.

Personal Life

Noah Hagey is co-founder and managing partner of BraunHagey & Borden, a complex litigation boutique located in California and New York that provides businesses, investors and entrepreneurs with legal protection in high stakes legal disputes across these states. As one of the nation’s foremost trial attorneys, he has successfully represented clients in high-stakes litigation matters relating to intellectual property law, financial fraud, trade secrets, class actions, antitrust issues founder disputes investment litigation and bankruptcy cases as lead counsel.

Noah enjoys spending his free time with his wife and three children. An avid hunter in Pennsylvania and the western United States, as well as an enthusiastic follower of Philadelphia sports teams, he can often be found hunting. Furthermore, Noah is active member of Franconia Mennonite Church and often hosts family gatherings at his vacation home on Lake Wallenpaupack.

Net Worth

Noah Hagey is co-founder and managing partner of BraunHagey & Borden and an accomplished business trial lawyer. He frequently appears in media articles regarding litigation between financial services firms and private equity funds as well as liability issues that arise during mergers or acquisitions.

Hagey graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 2001 and established BraunHagey shortly thereafter after leaving litigation powerhouse Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. Since 2009, his firm has provided complex litigation services that protect businesses, investors, and entrepreneurs in high-stakes commercial disputes.

He has successfully represented and defended clients in high-stakes litigation matters such as complex class actions, trade secret misappropriation, securities fraud, investment litigation, founders’ disputes and bankruptcy matters. Furthermore, he frequently advises private equity and hedge funds regarding litigation risk assessments for pre- and post-exit due diligence assessments and liability issues.

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