Noah J. Kaufman

Morgan Lewis (Boston)
Lawyer (Associate)

Noah J. Kaufman counsels clients in appellate, antitrust, and general litigation matters. He works with clients across a variety of sectors, including higher education, life sciences, retail, automotive, and non-profit. Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Noah served as a law clerk on the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, the US District Court for the District of New Hampshire, and the US District Court for the District of Rhode Island. Before serving as a law clerk, Noah worked for several years as an associate at a Boston-based international law firm, where he practiced corporate law.

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Noah J. Kaufman, Steven A. Reed, Daniel S. Savrin, Willard K. Tom The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit clarifies the means by which the FTC can exercice its enforcement authority without being able to seek any restitution thereafter (Credit Bureau)

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Background In the Credit Bureau Center case, the FTC sued a company and its owner for advertising “free” credit reports without adequately disclosing that consumers would be enrolled in an expensive credit monitoring service on an ongoing basis. The FTC brought its lawsuit under Section 13(b), (...)

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