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Noah Scott Warman was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, the son
and grandson of dedicated union members.  He attended Roger Bacon High
School, a Franciscan institution which instilled in him a desire to
serve justice in his vocation.  After graduating from high school Noah
attended the University of Chicago, the first in his family to attend
college.  He graduated with honors in 1991 after studying U.S. and
English history.   

Noah attended the University of Virginia School of Law where his
studies focused on labor and employment law.  After graduating in 1994
he began working with Sugarman & Susskind representing labor
unions, benefit funds, and working men and women.  Noah returned to the
firm in 2007 after working with Carmell Charone Widmer Moss & Barr
in Chicago. 

Throughout his career Noah has represented a broad range of labor
unions, including locals affiliated with the International Brotherhood
of Teamsters, the International Association of Fire Fighters, the
Communications Workers of America, and the International Union of
Operating Engineers, among others.  His practice has encompassed all
aspects of labor law, whether private sector matters arising under the
National Labor Relations Act or public sector issues under Florida's
Public Employees Relations Act.  Noah has assisted unions in organizing
campaigns, bargained contracts, presented arbitrations, and represented
unions and workers in unfair labor practice hearings.  In addition he
has represented labor unions in cases involving the Labor-Management
Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959. 

Noah has also represented individual employees ranging from janitors
to museum curators in negotiating severance agreements, reviewing
non-compete and confidentiality agreements, and challenging unjust
terminations.  Noah has also had extensive experience in wage and hour
claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act against employers that have
failed to pay minimum wage and overtime to their workers.  He has
appeared in cases before the National Labor Relations Board, the
Florida Public Employees Relations Commission, the federal Seventh and
Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeal, the Southern and Middle Districts of
Florida, and the Northern and Middle Districts of Illinois. 

Noah is a member of the American Bar Association's Labor and
Employment Law section and an active participant in the AFL-CIO
Lawyers' Coordinating Committee. 


Practice areas


  1. Employment: 90%
    22 years
  2. Employee Benefits: 10%
    22 years

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Contact info

300 Miracle Mile, Suite 100
Coral Gables, FL, 33134-5820

100 Miracle Mile Ste 300
Coral Gables, FL, 331345429



FLMember in Good Standing199406/21/2016
ILAdministrative - Not Authorized to Practice200105/17/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Honorary Lifetime MemberMetro-Broward Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 30801998
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AssociateSugarman & Susskind2007 - Present
AssociateCarmell Charone Widmer Moss & Barr2002 - 2007
AssociateJacobs Burns Orlove Stanton & Hernandez2001 - 2002
AssociateSugarman & Susskind1994 - 2000
Association namePosition nameDuration
Coral Gables Bar AssociationN/A2008 - Present
American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law SectionN/A2002 - Present
AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating CommitteeN/A1994 - Present
Florida Bar, Labor and Employment Law SectionN/A1994 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
Miami HeraldMy view: Free Choice Act protects workers, unions2008
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Virginia School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1994
University of ChicagoHistoryBA - Bachelor of Arts1991
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
6th Annual South Florida Council of Fire Fighters Educational SeminarGrievance Processing and Arbitration2008