Areas of Practice
- LL.M., Taxation, University of Florida, Levin College of Law, 2003
- J.D., Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, 2002
- B.S., Accounting, Southern Utah University, 1998
Mr. Noble joined McDonald Carano in 2003 after earning a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in taxation at the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. Prior to earning his LL.M, Mr. Noble earned a Juris Doctor degree from Brigham Young University, graduating magna cum laude, and a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Southern Utah University, graduating summa cum laude. Mr. Noble has also served as an intern for the Utah Supreme Court.
Mr. Noble’s practice focuses on federal income, gift, estate and generation skipping tax planning; state and local sales, use and transfer taxation; and corporate law and business transactions including entity formation, trust administration and estate planning. Mr. Noble also has experience in legal matters pertaining to tax-exempt organizations.
Awards and Recognition
- Vegas Inc. – “Top Lawyers” in Transactional/Probate (2020, 2022)
- Super Lawyers Magazine – “Mountain States Rising Star” in Business/Corporate, Tax/Business, Estate Planning and Probate (2013, 2014)
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