Douglas T. Noah
Mr. Noah was born in Clearwater, Florida and has always lived in the Central Florida area. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law in 1990. While at Stetson Mr. Noah was a member of the prestigious Stetson Trial Team and won two national trial competitions and a state trial competition. He was an Editorial Board member of the Stetson Law Review, is a national member of the Order of Barristers, and is author of “Florida’s New Poison Pill Statute – A Framework of Analysis for Director’s Refusal to Redeem” published in the Stetson Law Review.
Mr. Noah primarily dedicates his practice to representing public and private employers who are involved in labor and employment litigation. He also consults with employers to assist them in achieving their business and strategic goals while ensuring compliance with labor and employment statutes and regulations. Additionally, his practice includes defending governmental and private entities who have been sued under the Fair Housing Act and other civil rights statutes and constitutional amendments.
Mr. Noah has provided training to and spoken before a number of civic groups, businesses, and municipalities, on the issues of employment-related matters during pandemics, employers’ obligations to prevent hostile workplaces, religious accommodation, ADA and FMLA compliance, Drug Free workplace rules, and many other employment topics. He is a member of the Florida Bar, the United States District Courts for the Middle, Northern and Southern Districts of Florida, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and past president of the Board of Directors for the Center for Independent Living in Central Florida, Inc.