Noah Axler is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's Philadelphia office and a member of the firm's Technology, Media and Distributed Systems Group, as well as the Corporate and Commercial Litigation Group. His practice focuses on advising clients in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space, as well as representing these clients in litigation matters. He also represents a broad range of clients in complex commercial litigation, including securities, antitrust, and whistleblower cases.
Noah comes to Anderson Kill from dual roles. He served as CEO of LawCoin, parent of the blockchain-based investment platform dejure.io, and was also a partner at Axler Goldich, a firm he co-founded and which focused on class action and qui tam/whistleblower litigation, as well as serving start-ups and other clients in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries. Noah has extensive experience advising clients on the application of securities law to digital assets, as well as KYC/AML, broker-dealer, and custody issues. He has also done significant work on the issuance of security tokens and the regulations governing their subsequent trading.
Noah has been an active litigator for the past 20 years, starting his career at a then-AmLaw 100 firm and later becoming a partner at several firms specializing in class action matters. He has been named lead counsel in class actions in state and federal courts throughout the country and achieved numerous settlements for clients and class members. Prior to co-founding Axler Goldich, Noah was a partner at Donovan Axler LLC, a nationally recognized plaintiffs' class action litigation firm.
Noah has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer by Thompson Reuters' Super Lawyers publication from 2014-21. Noah was also previously honored in 2007 and from 2010-2011 as one of Pennsylvania's Rising Stars, also by Thompson Reuters' Super Lawyers publication.
American Bar Association; Pennsylvania Bar Association