Edward Novak’s problem-solving skills, combined with his years of experience, enable him to assist clients facing government investigations in many areas, including health care, banking, securities, environment, education, government contracting, and civil rights. His many community contacts and the recognition of his legal peers give him credibility in dealing with clients’ adversaries. He is frequently called to serve as an expert witness or mediator in disputes involving business and government.
Ed also assists professionals, such as physicians and other licensed health care workers, accountants, securities brokers, and sales people, in state board investigations. He works with lawyers facing discipline investigations and disputes with judges. As a past state bar president and adjunct ethics professor, he is well-versed in helping lawyers and business leaders navigate the sometimes thorny issues facing all of us in an increasingly complex world. Ed serves on the board of a veterans’ homeless shelter and job training center, a charter school focusing on the arts, and the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. He is also a member of the Arizona Supreme Court Committee on Character and Fitness.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Edward F. Novak