Stoll Berne attorney Cody Berne will present at the Oregon State Bar Securities Regulation Section CLE on December 8, 2022, via Zoom. Cody, along with co-presenter Bryson Davis of PNW Business Law LLC, will present on Investment Red Flags from Noon-1:00 p.m.
The Portland Business Journal once again recognized Stoll Berne as a top philanthropist company in Portland for the 2021 financial year in the Small Company Category.
Stoll Berne attorney Josh Ross, along with Portland attorneys Diane Sykes and Nick Henderson, recently received the Oregon State Bar’s President’s Public Service Award.
Stoll Berne attorney Emily Johnson was recently selection to the 2022-2023 Oregon Trial Lawyers Associations (OTLA) Leadership Academy.
Stoll Berne, along with 10 individual attorneys, were recently selected to be included in the 2023 edition of Benchmark Litigation, a definitive source for America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys.
Stoll Berne attorney Lydia Anderson-Dana presented at the Oregon Professional Liability Fund’s 2022 Learning the Ropes CLE event on November 8-10, 2022, in Portland.
Stoll Berne, led by attorneys Tim DeJong, Keith Ketterling, and Lydia Anderson-Dana, recently filed a proposed $100 million breach of contract class action lawsuit against NuScale Power LLC and other entities in the United States District Court, District of Oregon.
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 2023©.
Stoll Berne attorney Lydia Anderson-Dana was featured in the September 6, 2022 Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals article “Pro Bono Efforts Serve the Most Vulnerable.” The article features several lawyers for their pro bono assistance to those in financial need.
Stoll Berne attorney Keith Dubanevich presented at the Multnomah Bar Association’s Consumer Litigation CLE on September 28, 2022. Keith’s presentation via Zoom, with attorney Nadia Dahab of Sugerman Dahab, discussed national trends and decisions. Click here to register.
Jen Wagner was recently ranked as one of Benchmark Litigation’s Top Women in Litigation for 2022. This award honors distinguished women in the world of litigation in both the United States and Canada.
Thirteen individual Stoll Berne attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine in their 2022 Oregon Super Lawyers edition.
Stoll Berne was appointed co-lead counsel in a proposed class action pending in the United States District Court in Austin, Texas. The lawsuit asserts that GPB Capital Holdings, LLC partnered with Ascendant Capital, LLC (formerly an Austin, Texas based branch of Axiom Capital Management, Inc.) and Ascendant Alternative Strategies, LLC to perpetrate a nearly $2 billion Ponzi scheme, and that the misconduct was facilitated by auditors and other professionals.
A $2.25 million class settlement was approved by the Multnomah County (Oregon) Circuit Court on behalf of approximately 65 investors in Portland Development Group Investments, Inc. (“PDGI”). PDGI was in the business of developing luxury homes in Portland, Oregon. It sold securities to fund the development.
Stoll Berne, once again, has been recognized by Chambers USA in the 2022 Oregon guide in both Litigation: General Commercial and Real Estate.
Stoll Berne recently elected two new shareholders, Lydia Anderson-Dana and Cody Berne. “We are thrilled to have them join the shareholders after years of dedicated service to clients and the firm. They both make excellent additions,” said Keith Dubanevich, a shareholder on the firm’s Management Committee.
For the third year in a row, Benchmark Litigation has named Stoll Berne as Oregon Firm of the Year.
Final approval of a $6.75 million settlement in the Portland General Electric shareholder class action was recently granted.