Noah Levine is a partner in the firm's Litigation/Controversy and Regulatory and Government Affairs Departments, and a member of the Appellate and Supreme Court Litigation and Financial Institutions Practice Groups, the Business Trial Group, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Working Group. He joined the firm in 2002 and is a member of the firm's Management Committee. Mr. Levine has a diverse litigation practice, focusing on litigation related to financial institutions, including defense of consumer class actions under federal banking statutes and antitrust laws, appellate litigation, complex commercial litigation and intellectual property.
Mr. Levine’s litigation practice is divided between appellate and trial-level work. On the appellate side, he has prepared merits briefs, petitions for certiorari and amicus briefs before the US Supreme Court, and briefs before numerous federal appellate courts, in cases involving diverse matters including banking, securities, antitrust, intellectual property and constitutional matters. Mr. Levine has presented oral argument in cases involving banking, constitutional, commercial and intellectual property matters in the US Courts of Appeals for the Second, Eighth, Ninth and Federal Circuits. On the trial-level side, Mr. Levine’s focus is on the representation of financial institutions in class-action and other complex commercial litigation. Mr. Levine’s trial-level work is diverse, and also covers intellectual property and constitutional matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Levine was associated with a law firm in Seattle, Washington and spent a one-year stint in the US Department of Justice as a Bristow Fellow in the Office of the Solicitor General.