Noah Siegel is an associate whose practice concentrates on mergers and acquisitions, litigation, general corporate law, and financing transactions, especially in the healthcare industry.
Before joining Gutnicki LLP, Noah was an associate at K&L Gates in Chicago, where he focused on corporate tax law and complex commercial litigation.
During law school, Noah served as a brief writer for Loyola University’s Vis Moot Commercial Arbitration team, was a member of the Loyola University Chicago International Law Review, taught first-year law students as an academic tutor for Torts and Criminal Law, and externed for Judge Lewis M. Nixon of the Cook County Circuit Court- Chancery Division.
Noah also co-authored an article published in the Benefits Law Journal regarding precedent for utilizing IRC §1341 as a tax remedy for employee compensation clawed back pursuant to §954 of Dodd-Frank.
Noah earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Northwestern University, and his J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he received a Certificate in Taxation.