Noah Lindenfeld focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, including breach of contract, deceptive trade practices, products liability, and real property matters. He represents clients in a broad range of industries, including financial services, medical device, retail, consumer products, and real estate. Noah has experience in motion practice, all aspects of fact and expert discovery, preparing witnesses for oral testimony, trial preparation, trial, and the appeals process in state and federal courts.
Represented foreign consumer electronics exporter from pleadings to appeal in successful $32 million fraud and breach of contract action against U.S. distributor in state court.
Defended medical technology company in federal court against breach of contract, fiduciary duty, and tortious interference claims arising out of alleged wrongful development and sale of competing software.
Represented medical device manufacturer in cases remanded from multidistrict litigation involving strict product liability, negligence, breach of warranty, fraud, and consumer protection claims.
Represented national bank in putative class action lawsuits arising out of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act and Paycheck Protection Program.
Represented natural gas supplier in contract dispute with foreign distributor concerning violations of U.S. trade sanctions.
Defended national bank and in New York federal actions involving contract disputes and alleged violations of consumer financial protection laws.
Represented client in action involving federal human trafficking and state wage and hour claims in New York federal court.
Represents client in removal proceedings in immigration court.