Current Investigation
Gypsum Antitrust Litigation
Green & Noblin was appointed Co-Lead Counsel of a case that alleges the makers of sheetrock conspired to raise and maintain the price of sheetrock products by over 30% at a time when demand was low.

Southern Wine & Spirits

Green & Noblin filed a case recently alleging that large liquor distributors routinely charge individual restaurants and small liquor stores interest rates in excess of the maximum allowed under California law. It is a class action pending in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County. Green & Noblin is actively pursuing similar cases against other distributors.

Auto Parts Antitrust Litigation

Makers of auto parts have plead guilty to criminal antitrust violations and paid over $2 billion in penalties. Green & Noblin represents the City of Richmond, California and other cities, counties and state governmental bodies in seeking to recover overcharges by the makers of automotive wire harnesses and other auto parts. The case alleges that the makers of these parts conspired to fix the prices of the parts that are sold to automotive manufacturers.

We represent consumers and investors in class actions and complex litigation throughout the United States.

Green & Noblin, P.C. prosecutes class actions and other complex litigation on behalf of a wide range of consumer and investor clients, in state and federal courts across the nation. For a partial listing of class action cases brought by our attorneys, click here.

Complementing its highly-skilled legal practitioners and support staff, Green & Noblin, P.C. employs cutting-edge technology to investigate, prosecute and bring cases to a successful conclusion.

We pride ourselves in providing the highest quality legal representation to consumer clients who would not be able to obtain effective redress for their injuries but for the availability of the class action device.

We also represent institutional investors and other high net worth investors in securities fraud litigation, and complex litigation concerning abusive corporate governance practices, breaches of fiduciary duty and proxy violations.