McIntyre Law, located in Oklahoma City, is a law practice that handles litigation for clients from throughout the city and the surrounding areas as well as nationally. Noble McIntyre, founder and principal of McIntyre Law P.C., recently completed a term as the President of the Oklahoma Association of Justice in 2015. Noble has strong beliefs that every Oklahoman deserves justice, and he fights to preserve the rights of those who have been injured. His community involvement and charitable work are big parts of his everyday life, and he has brought these values to his law firm. He was a founding member of the Lawyers Fighting Hunger annual event which has distributed tens of thousands of turkeys at Thanksgiving to those less fortunate over the past several years. Noble focuses chiefly on drug litigation and personal injury cases. Presently, he represents clients who have been injured by the drugs such as Xarelto, Paxil, and Actos as well as those injured by defective hip implants manufactured by DePuy, Biomet and Stryker. He also represents hundreds of women harmed by Transvaginal Mesh in addition to clients catastrophically injured in semi-tractor trailer and automobile cases. He works alongside lawyers Jeremy Thurman, Jordan Southerland, Monica Kuykendall, and Mario D'Angelio.