Noah Hagey is the managing partner of BraunHagey & Borden. He has successfully prosecuted and defended dozens of bet-the-company cases for Fortune 500 companies, private businesses, foreign sovereigns, and other clients throughout the U.S. and internationally. Noah also has served as general counsel to several companies and routinely consults private equity and hedge funds regarding litigation risk, pre- and post-exit due diligence, and other liability issues.
As lead trial counsel, Noah has led client victories in cases involving trademark, patent, financial services, business torts, class actions, and other civil matters. He is a regular contributor to industry press on litigation involving financial services firms and, in particular, liability arising against private equity funds and their portfolio companies. Noah’s decisions have been featured in various industry and legal publications, including Reuters, National Law Journal, Law360, HedgeFundNet, Futures, CFO and The Recorder. He also has been featured on Bloomberg television and other news organizations regarding regulatory and litigation issues.
Noah lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and three children. You can find Noah swimming from Alcatraz and competing in other local triathlons. When not enjoying the Northern California outdoors, Noah enjoys telling stories to his children and planning the family’s next adventure. Noah splits his time between clients in San Francisco and New York.
For more information about Noah’s representative cases and experience, please contact the firm.
University of Texas School of Law (2001), President’s Scholar (Austin)
Research fellow in Economics and Political Studies, Cambridge University (U.K.); M.B.A., St. Edward’s University Graduate School of Business (Austin)
B.A., Trinity University (San Antonio)
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan (New York and San Francisco); Dentons (London and New York); extern law clerk to former Chief Justice Thomas Phillips, Texas Supreme Court (Austin)
Current and Past Affiliations
Admitted in California and New York; Admitted in Northern District, Eastern District, and Central Districts of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; Co-Chair, International Arbitration Sub-Committee of the American Bar Association; U.S. Council for International Business; Association of Business Trial Lawyers; board member of the City Hall Fellows; Member/volunteer of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights (LCCR)