Jeffrey Novak, admitted to practice law in 2011, is an attorney at HoganWillig... more
Jeffrey Novak, admitted to practice law in 2011, is an attorney at HoganWillig primarily focusing in the firm's Litigation, Civil Rights, and Personal Injury Departments. Prior to joining HoganWillig in the fall of 2010, Mr. Novak served as an intern for the Army Environmental Law Division and as a research assistant at The George Washington University Law School. Mr. Novak also served as a sum... view profile
Nicole Middleton focuses her practice in Civil Litigation and Business and Corporate... more
Nicole Middleton focuses her practice in Civil Litigation and Business and Corporate Law. Prior to joining HoganWillig, Ms. Middleton represented private sector employers in a variety of labor and employment matters in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies.
William A. Lorenz, Jr. joined HoganWillig as an Associate Attorney in the fall of... more
William A. Lorenz, Jr. joined HoganWillig as an Associate Attorney in the fall of 2013, after working as an Attorney of Counsel in Hamburg, New York. Mr. Lorenz currently focuses his practice in the areas of Civil Litigation, Corporate & Business Law, and Real Estate Law. Mr. Lorenz brings a variety of legal experience with him to HoganWillig, having worked in the areas of civil litigation, cri... view profile
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