Nolan's litigation experience encompasses a wide range of complex civil litigation matters, including consumer credit, entertainment, securities and a variety of other areas. In all of his matters, Nolan helps his clients achieve their goals by offering passionate advocacy and thoughtful advice, while leveraging technology to minimize cost.
Nolan joined Pierce Atwood LLP in May 2011 after spending over three years as a litigator in the New York Office of Covington & Burling LLP, where, among other clients, he represented Fortune 500 financial institutions in securities and consumer credit actions. Nolan also was active in Covington's e-discovery practice group, where he focused on using technology to reduce client discovery burdens. Before joining Covington, Nolan served as a law clerk for Judge Marjorie O. Rendell of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Prior to embarking on his legal career, Nolan served as an aide to Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell, where he managed the Governor's day-to-day activities and maintained relationships with local leaders. Nolan also was a staff person for the Democratic National Committee and the Gore campaign during the 2000 presidential campaign cycle.