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April 19, 2013 - "Portland firm known for Exxon Valdez case eyes health care suit," Portland Business Journal

Stoll Berne has succeeded in getting certification for a class action lawsuit against the parent company of health insurer First Health Network. The move advances a case that Stoll Berne has pursued for more than two years.  Read more about this case as reported by Robert Goldman in the Portland Business Journal.

February 21, 2013 - "Entro Inc. settled trade secrets lawsuit filed by Columbia Industries for $1.1 million" The Oregonian

A trade secrets lawsuit between Columbia Industries, a Hillsboro manufacturer of customized equipment for oil and natural gas rigs, and Entro Inc. settled for $1.1 million dollars.  Tim DeJong and Jacob Gill represented Columbia Industries in this legal action.  Read more about this case as reported in The Oregonian.

Winter 2012-13 - "An Endorsement of the District of Oregon's Pro Bono Program," For the District of Oregon

Tim DeJong discusses and promotes the District of Oregon's Pro Bono Program in his article written in For the District of Oregon, a quarterly newsletter of the Oregon Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.  Click here to read the article.

January 11, 2013 - "Rite Aid workers settle overtime case," Portland Business Journal

Rite Aid Corp. assistant store managers will share a $20.9 million settlement regarding their overtime hours.  Read more about this case as reported by Andy Giegerich in the Portland Business Journal.

January 9, 2013 - "Rite Aid's $20.9 million overtime violation settlement approved by court," The Oregonian

Rite Aid will pay $20.9 million to end a class action lawsuit that accused the drug store chain of violating federal wage laws.  To read more about this case as reported by Molly Young in The Oregonian, click here.

January 10, 2013 - "Corporate Designee Depositions," CLE Presentation

Keith Dubanevich's CLE Presentation to the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Business Litigation Section entitled "Corporate Designee Depositions".  To read this presentation, please click here.

December 24, 2012 - "How to stretch the spirit of the season," Sustainable Business Oregon

Keil Mueller has a passion for bicycling and encourages others to get involved in the Community Cycling Center or the Bicycle Transportation AllianceRead more about this article published in Sustainable Business Oregon powered by the Portland Business Journal.

 

 

November 30, 2012 - "Property manager Quantum Residential, former tenants settle lawsuit..." The Oregonian

A Vancouver, Washington-based property management firm will cut checks to more than 1,000 former tenants in a legal settlement over its use of an alternative to traditional security deposits.  Read more about this case as reported by Elliot Njus in The Oregonian by clicking here.

November 2012 - "Book Review: Show the Story, The Power of Visual Advocacy" Multnomah Lawyer

Steve Larson begins his review of Show the Story, The Power of Visual Advocacy, "After having read numerous uninspiring text books about trial advocacy while in law school, many lawyers are reluctant to read, let alone purchase, another book on trial advocacy. Show the Story is a book that should cause trial lawyers to re-examine this issue". Read the rest of his review here(Reprinted with the permission of  the Multnomah Bar Association.)

October 2012 - "Any Athlete Will Tell You That Injuries Happen," Multnomah Lawyer

Keith Ketterling's third knee injury and ACL replacement ended his ability to play soccer but put him on a path to becoming a passionate enthusiast about bicycling.  Read more about this story and Keith's involvement in Cycle Oregon by clicking here(Reprinted by permission of the Multnomah Bar Association.)

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