Noah Galton is a trial attorney with experience in both state and federal court. Mr. Galton's practice focuses on commercial litigation, including eminent domain, real estate litigation, class action litigation, insurance defense, and general business litigation.
Since receiving his license in 2011, Mr. Galton has appeared in four jury trials and over twenty administrative hearings in numerous counties across the State. In addition, Mr. Galton has extensive experience with pre-trial motion practice and has secured favorable results for his clients through the drafting and arguing of a broad range of pre-trial motions, including special appearances, motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, and discovery motions.
From assisting condemning authorities with large-scale land acquisition projects to defending entities involved in complicated class action litigation, Mr. Galton has experience providing creative legal solutions in high-stakes lawsuits involving many moving parts and large amounts of data. Along with providing innovative and efficient representation to individuals and business entities facing challenging litigation, Mr. Galton enjoys counseling clients in litigation-avoidance strategies.
While in law school, Mr. Galton served as an intern for U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew W. Austin in the Western District of Texas.
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Speaker, Professional Development Institute, University of Texas School of Law, April 6, 2013
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