Robert S. Green

Robert Green litigates cases of national import across a spectrum of subjects.  In credit card class actions, Mr. Green was one of the Lead Counsel in the Chase Bank “Check Loans” Litigation that settled for $100 million in 2012 and in the Providian Credit Card Cases that settled for $75 million in 2001.  Mr. Green successfully argued the Ninth Circuit Appeal in DeMando v. Capital One Bank.  In securities litigation, Mr. Green has been named Lead Counsel by state and federal courts from California to New York, participated in or served as lead counsel in three trials, two of which lasted six months, and obtained settlements of $35.75 million for Securities Act claims in the STEC Securities Litigation, $10 million for unregistered securities claims in the Prosper Marketplace Litigation, and $10 million for limited partner claims in the Textainer Limited Partners Securities Litigation.  In antitrust litigation, Mr. Green was named to the Steering Committee of the Lithium Ion Batteries Indirect Purchaser Litigation, and served on important discovery and trial preparation roles in the SRAM, DRAM, and LCD-TFT Thin Film Transistor class actions.  In consumer and defective product cases, Mr. Green was a key member of the trial team in a three month trial against Ford Motor Company in connection with Ford Explorer/Firestone Tire Rollover Litigation that resulted in a substantial settlement at the conclusion of the trial.  Mr. Green also successfully prosecuted defective computer claims against HP and Toshiba, defective software claims against Sony, defective dashboard electronics claims against Audi and internet fraud claims against

Mr. Green is AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and was named a finalist for Consumer Attorney of the Year in 2013 by the Consumer Attorneys of California in connection with his work on the Chase Bank “Check Loans” Litigation.  Mr. Green graduated with honors from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1984. He received his Masters of Business Administration degree from California State University-Sacramento in 1989 and his undergraduate degree with distinction from Oregon State University in 1981. Mr. Green is an active member of the National Association of Consumer Attorneys (NACA). Mr. Green is an Editorial Advisor for the Consumer Financial Services Law Report and is on the Partners’ Council for the National Consumer Law Center. Mr. Green also served on the Board of Marin AIDS Interfaith Network.  Publications by Mr. Green include Developments in Credit Card Litigation, published by the Review of Banking and Financial Services; and Litigating Credit Card Cases, published by the Consumer Advocate. Mr. Green is licensed to practice in California.

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