Rob Shlachter, Tim DeJong, and Lydia Anderson-Dana, together with California co-counsel, defended a labor union sued for alleged unfair labor practices at the Port of Portland.
Rob Shlachter and Cody Berne advised a logistics and shipping company about legal issues arising in connection with possible competition by a public entity.
Stoll Berne attorney Rob Shlachter represented Med-Tech Resource, LLC, a Eugene-based distributor of medical and safety equipment and supplies, in a lawsuit brought by a former employee who sought up to $1 million in damages based on an alleged oral partnership agreement between plaintiff and the client.
Rob Shlachter and Tim DeJong obtained a preliminary injunction preventing a prime government contractor from terminating a multi-million-dollar contract for supply of helicopters in Afghanistan.
On many occasions, the firm has successfully obtained tens of millions of dollars of insurance coverage under disputed D&O policies.
Rob Shlachter successfully defended the CEO of the Portland Trail Blazers, who was accused of engaging in conflicts of interest and participating in fraudulent conveyances.
Rob Shlachter and Steve Berman successfully defended Klamath Algae Products in a three-week jury trial, one of the longest civil jury trials in Klamath County history.
Rob Shlachter and Josh Ross represented a European manufacturer of fiber optic equipment in a contract dispute with a third-party company who refused to supply certain agreed-upon technology.
Rob Shlachter and Tim DeJong successfully represented CrossFit, Inc. in an attempted hostile take-over by Anthos Capital, L.P.
Rob Shlachter successfully represented a major Portland-based real estate management, development, and investment firm in complex multi-party negotiations and litigation related to the client’s rights with respect to a portfolio of medical office buildings located across the country.
The firm defended GameWear, Inc., a sports memorabilia manufacturer, against claims of breach of contract, trade libel, and intentional interference with economic relations.
Following a five-day arbitration hearing, Rob Shlachter obtained a monetary award and injunctive relief on behalf of a retail gas station operator in a breach of contract action against a gasoline wholesaler involving a supply contract.
Rob Shlachter and Josh Ross defended a Portland real estate investment firm in litigation filed by a large group of investors.
Rob Shlachter defended the United States Golf Association in an action brought by an amateur golfer alleging breach of contract, breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing, and statutory violations arising out of the USGA's decision to rescind the golfer's amateur status.
Rob Shlachter successfully defended a major Oregon high-tech company sued in California for malicious prosecution arising out of a major patent lawsuit.
Stoll Berne attorney Rob Shlachter successfully defended an action relating to informed consent in medical research.
Rob Shlachter and Tim DeJong won two arbitrations establishing advancement rights for attorney’s fees worth more than $5 million under Delaware indemnification law.
Rob Shlachter and Tim DeJong, representing the CEO, successfully litigated a wrongful termination case on behalf of a fired CEO, which resulted in a substantial severance payment and a public statement that CEO was fired "without cause."
Rob Shlachter obtained a $15.4 million jury verdict, including punitive damages, on behalf of an Oregon sawmill against a major timber/pulp company.
Rob Shlachter and Steve Larson defended an Oregon wireless company in a trademark infringement action brought by a national competitor.
Rob Shlachter successfully represented developers/owners in disputes over operations and investments in multi-family and commercial properties in the Northwest, California, and other states.
Rob Shlachter and Keith Ketterling represented a major California utility company in challenging a $250 million long-term energy contract, and represented solar energy companies in disputes with PGE.
Rob Shlachter and Steve Larson represented an Oregon home exercise machine manufacturer in alleging that a competitor was making false advertising claims.
Rob Shlachter and Steve Larson successfully represented the plaintiff, an Oregon home exercise machine manufacturer, in a lawsuit alleging that a competitor was infringing on its trade dress.
Rob Shlachter acted as co-lead counsel in two jury trials in California (one on fraud and one on fiduciary duty and damages) for owners of a major clothing manufacturer against partners.