Noah Peters is an Associate in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department and a member of its Employment and Labor and Antitrust practice groups. He counsels clients in all aspects of the employment relationship, including wage/hour laws, employment agreements, separation agreements and enforcement of restrictive covenants. He has also counseled clients on labor organizing campaigns and collective bargaining agreements. Noah has contributed research to Kaye Scholer’s Class Action Deskbook on arbitration agreements and class action waiver clauses, as well as several articles on the subject, and has experience litigating class actions in arbitration.
Noah also has experience counseling clients with respect to criminal antitrust investigations. He has contributed research to Kaye Scholer’s Deskbook on Internal Investigations, Corporate Compliance and White Collar Issues on deferred prosecution and non-prosecution agreements, and co-authored a brief amicus curiae urging the US Supreme Court to grant certiorari in a major international price-fixing case, China Minmetals Corp. v. Animal Science Products, Inc., No. 11-846.
Noah’s pro bono experience includes serving as co-counsel to a group of Asian American intervenors in the New York redistricting case, Favors v. Cuomo, No. 11-5632 (E.D.N.Y.), which resulted in the creation of New York’s first Asian American-plurality congressional district for the 2012 election cycle. He also co-authored a brief amicus curiae before the US Supreme Court in the Texas redistricting case, Perry v. Perez, 565 U.S. __ (2012), arguing that the Texas legislature’s proposed redistricting plan violated the rights of Asian Americans under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.