Representation of Surety in Letter of Credit Dispute

Stoll Berne represented a surety who had provided a standby letter of credit in connection with the construction of railcars for the TriMet WES commuter rail service in an action to discharge the surety’s obligation as a result of material changes to the underlying production agreement. Learn More

Regional Bank and Broker-Dealer Securities Fraud

Keith Ketterling sued a regional bank and broker-dealer for securities fraud on behalf of a group of individual investors who were targeted by defendants for the sale of speculative, illiquid investments in spite of plaintiffs’ lack of sophistication and limited investment horizons.

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Oppenheimer Funds Securities Action

Acting as Special Assistant Attorneys General to the State of Oregon, Stoll Berne attorneys Keith Ketterling, Keith Dubanevich, Jen Wagner, and Keil Mueller obtained a $20 million settlement on behalf of the Oregon College Savings Plan in a lawsuit against Oppenheimer Funds. Learn More

Call Center Misrepresentation

An Oregon call center retained Steve Larson to defend against investor claims that the Oregon corporation had misrepresented facts about the future operations of the call center. Learn More

Control Person Liability

Rob Shlachter obtained summary judgment on behalf of an individual sued for $25 million under the control person fraud provision of the Oregon Securities Act. Learn More

Representation of Surety in Letter of Credit Dispute

Stoll Berne represented a surety who had provided a standby letter of credit in connection with the construction of railcars for the TriMet WES commuter rail service in an action to discharge the surety’s obligation as a result of material changes to the underlying production agreement.

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Regional Bank and Broker-Dealer Securities Fraud

Keith Ketterling sued a regional bank and broker-dealer for securities fraud on behalf of a group of individual investors who were targeted by defendants for the sale of speculative, illiquid investments in spite of plaintiffs’ lack of sophistication and limited investment horizons.

Read More »

Oppenheimer Funds Securities Action

Acting as Special Assistant Attorneys General to the State of Oregon, Stoll Berne attorneys Keith Ketterling, Keith Dubanevich, Jen Wagner, and Keil Mueller obtained a $20 million settlement on behalf of the Oregon College Savings Plan in a lawsuit against Oppenheimer Funds.

Read More »

Call Center Misrepresentation

An Oregon call center retained Stoll Berne to defend against investor claims that the Oregon corporation had misrepresented facts about the future operations of the call center.

Read More »

Control Person Liability

Rob Shlachter obtained summary judgment on behalf of an individual sued for $25 million under the control person fraud provision of the Oregon Securities Act.

Read More »