Noam Fischman serves as a trusted guide leading clients through commercial litigation matters in federal and state courts, as well as government investigations and matters involving regulatory agencies. Noam has extensive experience advising clients about risk management and risk mitigation efforts in highly regulated industries, including health care, the EB-5 foreign investor program, telecommunications, non-profit organizations, and higher education.
Within these fields, Noam regularly represents clients in complex litigation and dispute resolution across a wide range of matters. Noam advises clients on issues related to the False Claims Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and related state laws. He drafts compliance programs and trains clients to comply with those programs and related laws. Noam also has extensive experience managing litigation involving business torts, RICO, breach of contract, trade secrets, competition-related issues, various employment matters, and the EB-5 foreign investor program.
Noam leverages his industry-specific knowledge and experience to provide clients with practical advice aimed at avoiding disputes before they arise. If disputes are unavoidable, Noam has managed numerous cases successfully while minimizing the impact of those matters on the client’s business.
As an undergraduate, Noam was a member of the Rutgers College General Honors Program and served as an undergraduate associate with the Eagleton Institute of Politics. While in law school at George Washington University, he served as a notes editor on the Environmental Lawyer and was a Dean’s Fellow. Noam also was distinguished as Best Orator in the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.