William Noland represents individual, corporate, and government clients in matters involving civil commercial, and insurance litigation, as well as local government liability. Mr. Noland has a great deal of experience in defending clients who have been sued in accident cases involving serious injury or death, including but not limited to tractor trailer accidents, auto accidents, boating accidents, and accidents involving heavy equipment. He has also developed an expertise in local government law, particularly in the areas of tax appeals, zoning law, sunshine laws, law enforcement and civil rights, and elections.
Mr. Noland is also a registered mediator and arbitrator and assists parties and attorneys in resolving their disputes outside of the courtroom. Mr. Noland and his wife, Bright, live in Macon with their two sons. Mr. Noland is active in several community organizations serving children, including the Georgia High School Mock Trial Program, Macon Soccer Club, and the Executive Board of the Central Georgia Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Mr. Noland has been recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers magazine and has earned an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest attainable peer review rating from this globally recognized organization. He was the 2016 Recipient of the William Augustus Bootle Professional Award from the Macon Bar Association.
- $150.00 per party
- $175.00 per hour per party for two parties
- $125.00 per hour per party for three parties
- $100.00 per hour per party for four or more parties
Areas of Expertise
- Commercial Litigation
- Local Government
- Macon Bar Association (President 2014-2015)
- Macon Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (President 2006)
- State Bar of Georgia (YLD Representative 2004-2008)
- Georgia High School Mock Trial Program (Chair 2008-2009)
- W. A. Bootle American Inn of Court (President 2012-2013)
- Georgia Defense Lawyers Association
- Auburn University (B.A., 1997)
- Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University (J.D., 2000)
- Georgia Superior Courts (2000)
- Georgia Supreme Court (2001)
- Georgia Court of Appeals (2001)
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia (2001)
- United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit (2008)