KingSpry Welcomes Nicholas Noel

KingSpry Welcomes Nicholas Noel, III, Esquire

Posted on December 13th, 2017

KingSpry is pleased to announce attorney Nicholas Noel has joined the firm.

Mr. Noel practices in the areas of civil litigation, helping clients with matters of construction law, personal injury, auto accidents, commercial disputes and civil rights.

Mr. Noel has also served as Zoning Solicitor of Palmer Township for over 25 years. Most recently, he was a partner with the firm of Noel, Kovacs and McGuire, P.C., and was a former professor at Northampton Community College where he trained many of the firm’s current paralegal team members.

Since the mid-1980’s, Mr. Noel’s practice has focused on defending architects and engineers in various types of suits and claims. At KingSpry, he will continue to represent design professionals, as well as other aspects of civil litigation, including construction law, civil rights, employment matters involving discrimination, personal injury and other civil issues and municipal zoning.

Mr. Noel is a former member of the American Arbitration Association Panel of Neutral Arbitrators in both Commercial and Construction Disputes, and has been solicited to act as mediator in certain disputes. He expanded his activities in this arena, primarily in construction matters, civil rights disputes, and personal injury suits by becoming a member of ADR Options in Philadelphia.

Mr. Noel received his B.A. in Government/Economics from Lehigh University and earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit.

As President of the Board of Trustees of Palmer Township Community Moravian Church, Mr. Noel volunteers with many community activities including Miracle League. He is an active participant in the Palmer Business, Industrial, and Professional Association, and he also volunteers with the Northampton County Bar Association’s Pro Bono program for custody and protection from abuse matters. Additionally, Mr. Noel performs civil rights counseling and presents to community groups on matters dealing with individual rights.