Stoll Berne and Nick Kahl are investigating claims on behalf of customers who bought smart home hubs, products, and devices made by Wink, aka Wink Labs, Inc. This includes Wink Hub, Wink Hub 2, Wink Motion Sensor, Wink Door/Window Sensor, Wink Siren and Chime, and other products. Wink represented and promised customers that there was no subscription fee to use its products.
Stoll Berne is investigating claims involving Galen Kopman, a former broker and investment advisor who worked for LPL and Centarus.
Stoll Berne is investigating the impact on investors of COVID-19 and the resulting volatility in financial markets. With the end of a long bull market, many investors are now seeing evidence of mismanagement, fraud, or other investment misconduct in their accounts.
Stoll Berne is currently investigating claims on behalf of individual investors who may have lost money with Spokane-based financial advisor, Ronald Hannes of Woodbury Financial. Hannes’ was a financial advisor with the Spokane-based Woodbury Financial Services from 1994 through 2019 and he also held his own practices under the names Hannes Financial Services and Ronald W. Hannes & Associates.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against some of the largest manufacturers of cedar shakes and shingles. Since 2011, these companies allegedly conspired to artificially inflate the prices of their products sold to contractors, construction companies, roofers, and others who purchased these products from distributors and resold them to end users in the United States. If you’ve purchased their products, you may have been overcharged and we would be interested in speaking with you.
Stoll Berne is currently investigating claims of Ruby Receptionists’ customers that the company misled its customers and breached its contracts by billing for time a call was on hold, and by rounding up every call in 30-second increments. If you are or were an Oregon customer of Ruby Receptionist, we would be interested in speaking with you about your experiences.
Stoll Berne is currently investigating claims on behalf of Oregon restaurants and other businesses that have purchased broiler chicken from a distributor for use in its organization. If you are an Oregon restaurant or other business that purchased, between January 1, 2008 through September 2, 2016, broiler chicken raised or packed by one or more of the following organizations, we would be interested in hearing from you.
Stoll Berne is investigating claims against Intel arising out of reports that Intel manufactured its computer processors to use ‘speculative execution’ technology, which left the processors exposed to security vulnerabilities known as ‘Spectre’ and ‘Meltdown,’ and that the fix for this problem can considerably slow the processor’s speed.