We are Stoll Berne.
Fierce, Tenacious, Successful Advocates for our Clients
Deeply rooted in the great Northwest and nationally recognized for outstanding work for nearly 40 years, Stoll Berne has achieved extraordinary results for our clients through practical, strategic, and tenacious representation. Our firm’s achievements reflect our professional abilities. The consistent referrals we receive from satisfied clients and peers in the community better illustrate our success. We are not a full-service law firm. We focus our practice and we do our jobs very well.
Involvement in the Community
At heart, we're servants. From taking on worthy Pro Bono cases to volunteerism, we're proud to be stewards of our community.
Stoll Berne attorney Josh Ross presented at the October 25, 2019 Oregon State Bar Consumer Law Section CLE. Josh, along with Amber Hollister, General Counsel of the Oregon State Bar, discussed "Ethical Traps and Pitfalls in Settlements."
The Portland Business Journal is holding their inaugural "Thought Leaders Live: Business Strategies for 2020" on October 16, 2019 from 7:30-9:30 a.m. in downtown Portland. Tim DeJong will serve as a panelist member. Andy Davis and Tim DeJong each are a contributing author to the guide.
Stoll Berne is excited to announce that fifteen of our attorneys were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America©2020 as well as three Shareholders named as Portland, Oregon’s Lawyers of the Year.
Plaintiffs and Airbnb have reached a settlement in a lawsuit, filed in March 2017, alleging that Airbnb’s policies allowed its hosts to discriminate against African Americans and deny them access to accommodations by using guests’ photographs and full names to review reservation requests in violation of Oregon’s Public Accommodation laws.