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Securities Litigation

Stoll Berne is Oregon’s premier securities litigation firm. We have represented as many or more investors in securities and financial broker fraud cases than any other firm in Oregon and have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. We’re tireless advocates and the fiercest of competitors. Experience and wisdom matter, and we bring both to your securities case.

Since 1978, Stoll Berne Has Recovered Hundreds of Millions of Dollars for Investors

Institutional Investors

Stoll Berne also has a long history of helping large institutional investors, including the State of Oregon and the Oregon Public Employees’ Retirement Fund as Special Assistant Attorneys General, recover losses due to securities fraud or material misstatements. Stoll Berne has served as lead and trial counsel in a number of national class actions. We also represent institutional investors in “opt out” cases where the institution is better served fighting for its own interests in local courts. With the assistance of our securities monitoring software, we advise funds on the best strategy for recovering their investment losses. In addition, we counsel our clients on corporate governance issues and litigation strategies for enforcing shareholder rights and encouraging change in the corporate culture of large Wall Street firms and public companies.

Our securities litigation lawyers have many years of experience in representing private institutional investors in securities fraud cases, both in court and arbitration. Many are recognized by Oregon Super LawyersBest Lawyers of America, and others as preeminent securities fraud lawyers.


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Individual Investors

We routinely represent individual investors in cases against brokerage firms and individual brokers before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). We also bring court cases for victims of investment scams. We help investors recover losses from unsuitable investments, fraud, churning, unauthorized trading, margin disputes, and many other types of misconduct involving investments.