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.
Settlements totaling $234.6 million have been reached on behalf of approximately 1,600 investors in a proposed class action against various third parties alleged to have participated in or materially aided sales of securities by the now-defunct Aequitas companies of Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Stoll Berne attorney Nadia Dahab was honored to be listed in the recent University of Oregon’s Oregon Quarterly “100 Ducks Who Made a Difference” list. Oregon Quarterly, the University of Oregon’s alumni and former students publication, is celebrating their 100th anniversary in 2019. In honor of the occasion, Oregon Quarterly sought nominations for alumni, students, faculty, staff, …
A United States District Court Judge has preliminarily approved a settlement in the Premera data breach lawsuit, which arose after Premera was the target of an external criminal-cyberattack that began in May 2014 and resulted in the cyberattackers having access to personal information stored on Premera’s computer network system.