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Stoll Berne attorney, Keith Dubanevich, represents a class of customers who purchased silicone wristbands and pin buttons from Defendants Zaappaaz, Netbrands, Gennex Media, and Custom Wristbands. A $3.5 million settlement was reached on behalf of a nationwide class of purchasers.
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, and entire communities allegedly caused by the companies’ power lines and other equipment […]
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 co-lead counsel what is believed to be the largest settlement of a securities case in Oregon history in representing the investors in the case arising out of the Aequitas Ponzi scheme, asserting claims against Aequitas' auditors, lawyers, and others for participant/aider liability under the Oregon Securities Law.
Keith Ketterling, Keith Dubanevich, and Keil Mueller obtained a $180 million settlement on behalf of Bank of New York Mellon investors in a lawsuit alleging that the bank operated a deceptive foreign currency exchange program.
Stoll Berne attorneys Gary Berne and Tim DeJong obtained more than $20 million in total settlements on behalf of shareholders of Southern Pacific Funding Corp. (SPFC) in a securities class action arising out of the mortgage securitization company's accounting for residual securities interests.
Keith Dubanevich, Cody Berne, and their co-counsel represented a certified class of thousands of current and former customers of Ruby Receptionists, Inc. in McKenzie Law Firm P.A. et al. v. Ruby Receptionists, Inc., Case No. 3:18-cv-01921-SI (D. Or.).
Together with the Law Office of Nick Kahl, Stoll Berne attorneys filed a class action against Airbnb on behalf of black Oregonians who have been denied access to equal public accommodations under the Oregon Public Accommodations Law.
Steve Larson filed a federal class action against Sony Corporation, Hitachi Ltd., LG Electronics, Inc., Toshiba Corporation and others on behalf of Oregon consumers who purchased optical disk drive products (such as CD, DVD or Blu-ray players, or computers containing such devices).
Steve Larson and Keil Mueller are currently representing Oregon purchasers of automobiles in over 38 putative class actions alleging that the manufacturers of a wide variety of automotive parts fixed prices for those parts.
Steve Larson appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court in two cases brought by consumers alleging that their insurers had not provided them with notice that the insurers were charging them higher premiums because of their credit scores, notice that is required under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Gary Berne has represented victims of financial fraud in individual cases and class actions, ranging from claims against brokerage firms to matters involving derivative securities, real estate, TICs, annuities, tax shelters, and offshore scams.
Stoll Berne attorneys Steve Larson and Keil Mueller represented Oregon drivers for FedEx Ground in a class action alleging that FedEx Ground misclassified the drivers as independent contractors, but treated them like employees.
Stoll Berne served on the Steering Committee and as liaison counsel in a nationwide class and collective action under federal and state laws brought on behalf of approximately 2800 claims adjusters working in states across the country.
Steve Larson represented agricultural employees in an employment class action against Stahlbush Island Farms for failure to pay overtime wages under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and the Oregon Wage and Hour Law.
A team of Stoll Berne attorneys represented the named plaintiff in a multidistrict litigation class action against BP p.l.c., seeking to collect on behalf of U.S. investors the dividends that BP declared, but never paid, following the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
In a national class action against Coventry Health Care, Steve Larson and Josh Ross, along with counsel from Oregon and Louisiana, represented health care providers (such as doctors and physical therapists) who provide medical services in the workers' compensation system.
Stoll Berne attorneys Steve Larson and Jen Wagner obtained a settlement from Bottomley Evergreens in a wage and hour class action in Oregon state court on behalf of over 400 seasonal workers that made Christmas wreaths at an Oregon facility.
Rite Aid assistant store managers sued the national pharmacy giant in federal court, alleging that they had been improperly misclassified as exempt from overtime when they performed no managerial tasks.
Over a span of five years, Steve Larson represented consumers who had purchased automobile insurance from Nationwide and alleged that the insurer had failed to adequately inform policy holders that they had been charged higher premiums because of their credit scores, as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Stoll Berne attorney Steve Larson represented consumers that had purchased automobile insurance policies from Hartford in a class action alleging that Hartford failed to inform policyholders that they had been charged higher premiums because of their credit scores, as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Steve Larson represented former employees of Smurfit Newsprint who filed a class action against their former employer to recover statutory penalties for the alleged late payment of wages after the plant was sold.