On November 11, 2021, Noelle Feigenbaum was honored by the American Antitrust Institute (“AAI”) with the Outstanding Antitrust Litigation Achievement by a Young Lawyer award, one of two attorneys to receive the award. She was joined at AAI’s 15th annual Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference by Roland St. Louis, Renee Nolan, and Laura Mummert.
Noelle received the award for her work on In re Interior Molded Doors Indirect Purchaser Antitrust Litigation, in which she served as part of the co-lead counsel team while an associate at Robins Kaplan LLP. As the primary Robins Kaplan associate on the case, Ms. Feigenbaum was responsible for strategy, briefing, liaising with opposing and direct purchaser counsel, and all aspects of discovery. She spearheaded co-lead counsel’s response to discovery for over 30 named plaintiffs, including personally defending more than ten of the named plaintiffs’ depositions. She also drafted portions of plaintiffs’ successful oppositions to defendants’ motion to dismiss, significantly contributed to plaintiffs’ class certification briefing, and worked with experts in preparing opening and rebuttal reports. The effective discovery and expert work was key in achieving a successful and early settlement of $19.5 million prior to a ruling by the Court on class certification.
Noelle joined Lowey Dannenberg in August 2020 where she continues to litigate complex antitrust cases, including In re Papa John’s Employee and Franchise Employee Antitrust Litigation, Leeder v. National Association of Realtors, Dennis et al. v. The Andersons, Inc., et al., In re London Silver Fixing Ltd. Antitrust Litigation, and In re: Ranbaxy Generic Drug Application Antitrust Litigation, as well as commodities and privacy cases.