Frank Nolan defends class action lawsuits and complex business litigation matters in federal and state courts throughout the country. He advises financial services and insurance clients on issues affecting their core business practices. His cases involve claims of unfair trade practices, consumer fraud, antitrust and violations of data privacy laws. Frank also litigates and arbitrates business-to-business disputes, counsels clients on pre-litigation and compliance matters, and advises on contractual issues.
Frank has worked with clients across a wide range of industries, with a particular focus on the insurance and financial services sectors. As part of his class action and commercial litigation practice he defends and counsels companies facing claims or compliance issues arising from the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), biometric protection and other privacy laws, and a wide variety of consumer protection statutes. Frank presents and publishes regularly on these topics.
Before joining the firm, Frank was an associate at an international law firm in New York. Before Prior to entering the legal field, Frank worked as a policy analyst for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisitions (ASA/ALT), where he focused on Congressional relations. In a similar capacity, he assisted the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisitions (USD AT&L).
Outside the office, Frank sits on the Board of Trustees for the 130-year old non-profit organization Trailblazers NY/NJ, which runs camps and after school programs in the New York metropolitan area focused on engaging children and teenagers with the outdoors to foster personal development. Frank is also on the Board of the non-profit organization City Cottage, which facilitates educational programs between high school students in the United States and Malawi.