Mr. Noonberg is a specialist in antitrust litigation and counseling, particularly in the automobile, health care, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, securities and specialty food industries. He has appeared as lead counsel in major antitrust cases in United States District Courts throughout the United States. He has served for many years as trade regulation counsel for several clients in various industries including automobile imports, shopping center developments, manufacture and distribution of food products, hospitals and third party payers. He regularly represents and counsels clients involved in federal and state antitrust investigations as well. He teaches and has taught various courses at the Georgetown Law School and the University of Maryland School of Law including Antitrust and Health Care Law and Antitrust Law, and has lectured extensively in continuing professional education courses on antitrust law and at The Johns Hopkins University on business law. He served as an Assistant Attorney General of Maryland for two years, representing various state agencies including the Maryland Insurance Division.
Born April 26, 1938. Education: University of Maryland (LL.B., 1962 with highest honors). Editor-in-Chief, Maryland Law Review; Dartmouth College (A.B., 1959). Member, American Law Institute. Fellow, The American College of Trial Lawyers. Member, D.C. and Maryland bar
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