Noah represents classes of consumers and businesses who have been harmed by anticompetitive conduct.
Noah is an associate in DiCello Levitt’s New York office litigating antitrust class actions against some of the world’s largest and most powerful companies across diverse industries, including technology, agriculture, and entertainment. Noah works hard to ensure consumers and businesses can recover from the harms caused by unlawful price-fixing and monopolistic conduct.
Noah has contributed to a number of cases, including multiple class actions brought against meat packing companies for alleged price fixing; a class action brought by pharmacies alleging inflated fees and conspiracy to restrain trade; and a class action against manufactured home community owners for alleged conspiracy to fix home lot rental prices.
In law school, Noah acted as a community mediator in disputes such as parenting and neighbor conflicts. After law school, he worked as a judicial clerk for a trial court judge in Minneapolis. In this position, Noah observed and was actively involved in a large variety of cases, from inception to trial. Noah has also represented clients pro bono, including one case against the federal government regarding an incarcerated individual denied necessary healthcare.
- In re Surescripts Antitrust Litigation
- Jones v. Varsity Brands, LLC
- In re Farm-Raised Salmon and Salmon Products Litigation
- U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota