Noelle Sheehan focuses her practice on complex civil litigation matters from outset to conclusion in state and federal courts involving insurance and general liability defense of matters including personal injury, premises liability, product liability, wrongful death, automobile liability, negligent security, contract disputes, indemnification disputes, Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, nursing home negligence and medical malpractice. She also handles cannabis law matters. In addition, Noelle is a Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator.
Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Noelle was a partner at the largest minority- and women-owned law firm in the country, a full-service business law firm offering a wide variety of legal services to public and private companies, professionals, entrepreneurs and individuals. Previously, she practiced predominately in the Cleveland, Ohio, area where she handled civil litigation cases. Noelle also has experience in the rights, transfer and assignment of oil and gas leases for an Ohio energy company. As an associate attorney, she handled construction litigation, arbitration, corporate entity formation, estate planning matters, and federal and Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit applications, including listings on the National Register of Historic Places.
Noelle currently serves as a member of the mentoring committee of Wilson Elser’s Women Attorneys Valued & Empowered (WAVE) initiative, which focuses on the firm’s development and retention of women attorneys, enhancing and strengthening their skills and providing career-advancing opportunities in client service, business development and leadership.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Noelle K. Sheehan