Justin P. Novak joins Barnwell Whaley as Special Counsel
Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms, LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Justin P. Novak as Special Counsel in the firm’s Charleston, South Carolina office.
Mr. Novak is an experienced litigator and mediator whose clients include businesses and professionals including architects, engineers, lawyers, and healthcare professionals, as well as developers, general contractors, manufacturers, restaurants, retail establishments, and self-service storage facilities.
Mr. Novak focuses his law practice in the areas of complex litigation, professional liability defense, construction law, premises liability, self-service storage facility law, and appellate matters. In addition, he is certified as a mediator by the South Carolina Supreme Court Arbitrator and Mediator Certification Board.
“We are excited to welcome Justin to the Barnwell Whaley team,” said Randell Stoney, the firm’s Managing Member. “He is a fine person as well as a talented lawyer with a diverse range of experience. He will help the firm take our service to our clients to the next level.”
Mr. Novak earned his Juris Doctor at the University of South Carolina School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts in Commerce from Washington and Lee University. He holds a Martindale-Hubbell Preeminent rating, (the highest, formerly referred to as AV), and serves as an adjunct professor at the Charleston School of Law, teaching Legal Research, Analysis and Writing.
Established in Charleston in 1938, Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms, LLC, represents and counsels businesses and professionals in both North and South Carolina, throughout the United States in Federal Court, and beyond. Widely respected for their work in complex litigation matters, the firm’s 18 members and associates focus on the areas of complex civil litigation defense, patents, trademarks and intellectual property, professional malpractice defense, construction law, business law, business immigration, immigration litigation and products liability defense.