Jenner & Block

Joseph L. Noga is a partner in Jenner & Block’s Litigation Department and a member of both the Complex Commercial Litigation Practice and the Financial Transactions Working Group.

His practice focuses on defense of class actions and governmental investigations and disputes over complex commercial transactions, often related to energy assets.  Many of his matters involve consumer finance, commercial lending and leasing, private equity, privacy and bankruptcy issues.  In much of his most recent work he represented both open and closed end consumer lenders in class actions, government investigations, data breach issues and bankruptcy matters.  Because of his experience with consumer finance issues, he often advises lenders outside of litigation and investigations.

Mr. Noga is a graduate of Columbia University School of Law.  Prior to coming to Jenner & Block in 2013, he was a head of litigation for one of the largest U.S. financial institutions where he gained familiarity with the legal issues and regulatory schemes relating to a large suite of consumer and commercial financial products and investments.  He began his legal career as a litigator in private practice in the New York offices of an international law firm.