The three Pacific Northwest law firms that filed the first lawsuit against PacifiCorp and Pacific Power on behalf of victims of the 2020 Labor Day weekend fires have amended that complaint to add additional plaintiffs from around the state and a demand for damages in excess of $600 million.
Stoll Berne represents a class of customers who purchased silicone wristbands and pin buttons from Defendants Zaappaaz, Netbrands, Gennex Media, and Custom Wristbands.
Tim DeJong presented a CLE on October 7, 2020 for the Securities Regulation Section of the Oregon State Bar.
Stoll Berne attorney Cody Berne was quoted in a October 6, 2020 article in the Newport News Times. The article, “ Class Action Suit Could Cover Local Fire Victims,” can be …
Stoll Berne, along with 10 individual attorneys, were recently selected to be included in the 2021 edition of Benchmark Litigation, a definitive source for America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys.
On September 30, 2020, Keller Rohrback L.L.P., Stoll Berne, and Nick Kahl, LLC, three Pacific Northwest law firms with decades of combined environmental law experience, filed a class action lawsuit against PacifiCorp and Pacific Power for the catastrophic damage to homes, businesses, schools, and entire communities allegedly caused by the power companies’ negligence and downed power lines during the devastating fires that ignited in Oregon during Labor Day weekend of 2020.
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©2021 as well as four Shareholders, Steven Berman, Timothy DeJong, Keith Ketterling, and Steve Larson, named as Portland, Oregon’s Lawyers of the Year.
Stoll Berne attorney Tim DeJong was quoted in a July 23, 2020 Bloomberg Law article and a July 30, 2020 Oregonian article regarding securities lawsuits.
Eleven individual Stoll Berne attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine in their 2020 Oregon Super Lawyers edition.
An Oregon federal court judge issued an Opinion on May 29, 2020 that the defendant, Ruby Receptionists, Inc., and defense counsel cannot communicate with the class members absent a prior court approval.
A nationwide federal class action was filed in a breach of contract lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon against Berkley North Pacific Group, Berkley Insurance Company, W.R. Berkley Corporation, and Continental Western Insurance Company. The action is filed on behalf of James Beard award-winning chef Naomi Pomeroy’s celebrated restaurant Beast and all similarly-situated restaurants with business interruption insurance from the insurers.
Law360 published an article, “Law Offices Win Cert. in Digital Receptionist Billing Suit,” on April 24, 2020 regarding an Oregon federal court certifying a class action against Ruby Receptionists.
An Oregon federal court certified a class action in McKenzie Law Firm et al. v. Ruby Receptionists, Inc., USDC D. OR, Case No. 3:18-cv-1921-SI on April 24, 2020.
Stoll Berne filed a friend of the court (amicus) brief on Monday, March 30, 2020 on behalf of Former Federal Immigration Judges and Members of the Board of Immigration Appeals in support of
Stoll Berne received Benchmark Litigation’s award for Oregon Firm of the Year for 2020.