Stephen F. Noel
(801) 476-0303

Practice Areas:

Litigation, Trials, Appeals and Alternative Dispute Resolution in:


  Insurance Defense

  Municipal and Land Use

  Trust and Estate Litigation

  Business and Commerial Pursuits

  Construction, Real Estate and Title Disputes

  Labor and Employment

  Intellectual Property

  Personal Injury

Professional Associations, Experience, and Hobbies

Mr. Noel enjoys representing clients to favorable outcomes in their disputes. The courtroom is not always the best solution, but when necessary he is at home there. He has been named several times among Utah’s Legal Elite by Utah Business Magazine. He has taught numerous seminars for the National Business Institute. He is a member of the Utah State and Weber County Bar Associations, as well as various other sections within those associations. Currently, Mr. Noel serves as a part-time city attorney for Washington Terrace City. He is a "Barrister" in the Rex E. Lee Inn of the American Inns of Court. He taught business and employment law at Weber State University as an adjunct professor for many years. Mr. Noel is the past-president of the Utah State University Alumni Association and just finished his term as a member of USU Board of Trustees. He loves spending time with this family, enjoys the outdoors and is also a car enthusiast.


   University of Idaho College of Law: Juris Doctor

   Utah State University: Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and also in Sociology


 Foreign Language: Spanish

Appellate Cases:

 Curnow v. WSP Medical Staff, 1997 U.S. App. Lexis 6209 (9th Cir. 1997)

 Biddle v. Washington Terrace City, 993 P.2d 875 (Utah 1999)

 Poll v. South Weber,  2005 WL1177231 (Utah Ct. App. 2005)

 Richardson v. Hart 223 P.3d 484 (Utah Ct. App. 2009)

 Ellis v. Ogden City/Matt Jones, 589 F.3d 1099 (10th Cir. 2009)

 Southwick v. Southwick, 2011 UT App 222

 Griffiths v. Riverdale City 20140399-CA (Utah Ct. App. 2015)

 Estate of Flygare v. Ogden City, 405 P.3d 970, 2017 UT App 189

 Chivers v. Reaves, 750 F. App'x 769 (10th Cir. 2019)