Stoll Berne Team Wins MBA Topgolf Social

On June 8, 2017, the Stoll Berne team won first place at the Multnomah Bar Association's Topgolf Social at Topgolf in Hillsboro. This was the inaugural event at Topgolf for the MBA and it proved to be quite a success. Stoll Berne was a sponsor. Proceeds from the event benefit the Volunteer Lawyers’ Project. The team members pictured left to right are Scott Pratt, Jay Chock, Joe Piucci, Ben Larson, and Steve Larson

Chambers USA Recognizes Stoll Berne

Stoll Berne has been recognized by the Chambers USA 2017 Guide as a top (Band 1) General Commercial Litigation firm. Chambers states that Stoll Berne “…features a deep bench of high-quality practitioners.”

Six individual attorney recognitions for Oregon have also been given by Chambers. They include:

Johnson & Johnson to Pay Oregon for Defective Motrin

The state of Oregon will receive more than $400,000 to resolve a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson regarding an undercover recall of defective Motrin pills. Stoll Berne worked with the Oregon Department of Justice in the matter.

In 2008, Johnson & Johnson discovered that a plant in Puerto Rico had manufactured Motrin pills that were not dissolving properly.  This issue meant that the potency of the drug may have been compromised.

Keith Dubanevich Presents at OSB CLE, "Oregon Public Employee Retirement Fund v. Marsh & McLennan: Lessons Learned"

Stoll Berne attorney and counsel for plaintiff, Keith Dubanevich, presented at the Oregon State Bar's Business Litigation Section CLE, "Oregon Public Employee Retirement Fund v. Marsh & McLennan: Lessons Learned," on May 10, 2017 at the Red Star Tavern in Portland.

Stoll Berne Aids Investors in Aequitas Victory

Stoll Berne, representing Aequitas investors, overcame joint motions for dismissal filed in June 2016 in a major securities lawsuit against Deloitte & Touche, EisnerAmper, Sidley Austin, Tonkon Torp, TD Ameritrade and Integrity Bank & Trust. The lawsuit seeks class action status for Aequitas investors, who collectively lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the spectacular collapse of Aequitas in 2016.

Stoll Berne and Immigrant Law Group File Brief in Fifth Circuit to Reopen Immigration Proceedings

Stoll Berne, together with the Immigrant Law Group, recently filed an opening brief in the U.S.

Stoll Berne Obtains Final Judgment in Long Running Autism Class Action Case Against Providence Health Plan

Stoll Berne recently obtained a final judgment in a long running class action case brought on behalf of children with autism against Providence Health Plan (“Providence”).

Stoll Berne and Nick Kahl, LLC File Discrimination Class Action Suit Against Airbnb

Stoll Berne and Nick Kahl LLC, filed a class action complaint in Multnomah County Circuit Court against Airbnb, Inc., alleging that Airbnb’s booking policies discriminate against African-Americans. The complaint alleges that Airbnb offers different services to African-Americans than it does to Caucasians. The lawsuit, Patricia Harrington, et al. v. Airbnb, Inc., seeks to compel Airbnb to offer its public accommodations free of discrimination and to enforce Oregon’s public accommodations laws.

Nadia Dahab and Josh Ross Prevail on Appeal, Protecting Trial Court Judgment in Favor of Stoll Berne Client

In July 2015, Stoll Berne Shareholder Josh Ross prevailed at trial on behalf of a client involved in a title dispute over a significant investment property.  More...

Josh Ross and Keil Mueller Named Class Counsel in Consumer Class Action

On January 23, 2017, the Federal Court in Portland, Oregon issued an Order certifying a class of over 18,000 consumers who allege that a debt collector, Liberty Acquisitions Servicing, illegally collected payments to which Liberty was not entitled.  More...


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