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Peter H. Noone is a Partner at Avery Dooley & Noone, LLP and focuses his practice as a trial lawyer in the areas of federal employment law, administrative law and appeals, and insurance defense. Mr. Noone is a graduate of Princeton University (B.A., 1992) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D., Cum Laude, 1995). He is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the 1st and 9th Circuit Courts of Appeals, and the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts.
Mr. Noone has specialized in federal personnel matters, and he has represented federal employees and law enforcement officers from virtually every federal agency. Mr. Noone has represented his clients throughout agency and criminal investigations, in MSPB appeals, EEOC hearings, and trials in the U.S. District Court. Mr. Noone has also prepared clients for interviews in front of the DOJ, OIG and OPR. He has also defended his clients during United States Attorney Investigations.
Pete and his staff were outstanding and I know I could not have made it through a very rough time as well without their support.Gary Department of Homeland Security
I do not know how to put into words the "safe" feeling your policy provides. In short, everyone needs your insurance for "piece of mind."J.C. Special Agent, Department of Justice
These guys know their stuff. They have experience in all relevant litigation -- I highly recommend.Michael V. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement