George P. Noel has practiced law in Delaware County for more than 30 years as an associate and partner in predecessor firms, subsequently as a sole practitioner and now in partnership with D. Scott Bonebrake. In that span of time, he has tried cases before every Common Pleas Court in Southeastern Pennsylvania and has also successfully argued cases before the Pennsylvania Superior Court, Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. He was co-counsel in the case of The Buckman Company v. Plaintiff’s Legal Committee, which was successfully argued in the Supreme Court of the United States, resulting in a unanimous reversal in favor of Buckman.
Mr. Noel concentrates his practice in Civil and Commercial Litigation with extensive experience in Insurance Defense, Insurance Coverage, Premises Liability cases, Product Liability and Motor Vehicle related litigation. He also is extensively involved in the areas of Business and Transactional Law, Wills, Estates and Real Estate transactions.
He has served as a lecturer at Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association Seminars and has been a speaker and panel member at Insurance Industry Seminars, including statewide Insurance Agent Professional Liability programs for agents of a major insurance carrier.
Mr. Noel has served as a mediator and arbitrator in connection with all areas of litigation, including uninsured motorist, underinsured motorist, and commercial litigation. He has served as a Judge Pro Tem in the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County and was a founding member of the Guy G. deFuria American Inn of Court, holding various offices in that organization, including service as President.
Mr. Noel is admitted to practice in all Pennsylvania Courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States.