Articles

Fall 2017 - "Presidential Tweets, Yelp Reviews, FREE BOOZY, and Admissibility," OSB Litigation Journal

Keith Dubanevich authored an article in the Fall 2017 edition of the Oregon State Bar's Litigation Journal. The article, "Presidential Tweets, Yelp Reviews, FREE BOOZY, and Admissibility," can be read by clicking here

Spring 2017 - "Ninth Circuit Weighs in on Rule 23's "Ascertainability" Requirement," OSB Litigation Journal

Nadia Dahab authored an article in the Spring 2017 edition of the Oregon State Bar's Litigation Journal. The article, "Ninth Circuit Weighs in on Rule 23's "Ascertainability" Requirement," can be read by clicking here

Spring 2017 - "Patent Litigation - The Practice That Picked Me," OTLA Trial Lawyer

Tim DeJong discusses how he entered in to the world of litigating patent infringement cases in the Spring 2017 edition of OTLA Trial Lawyer magazine. The article, "Patent Litigation - The Practice That Picked Me," delves in to his first patent infringement case and some of lessons he learned. To read the article, click here.

Spring 2017 - "Who's Watching the Nest Egg?" OTLA Trial Lawyer

Steve Berman recently published an article in the Spring 2017 edition of the OTLA Trial Lawyer magazine. The article, "Who's Watching the Nest Egg?,"  discusses Oregon Securities Law. Read the entire article by clicking here.

March 2017 - "Nadia Dahab: A Rising Star in the Legal Community," Oregon Trial Lawyers Association Sidebar

Nadia Dahab was featured in the March 2017 edition of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association Sidebar newsletter in a Guardian Spotlight article, "Nadia Dahab: A Rising Star in the Legal Community." Read article.

March 8, 2017 - "If I Knew Then...," by Gina Binole with Crain's Portland
Keith Dubanevich

Keith Dubanevich was recently interviewed for Gina Binole's column "If I Knew Then..." for Crain's Portland. The ongoing series features executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. Read article.

February 10, 2017 - "Premera Blue Cross Can't Escape Data Breach Suit," Rick Archer, Law360

Keith Dubanevich was asked to comment on the recent court finding that plaintiffs had made sufficient arguments for their case to move forward. U.S. District Court Judge Michael H. Simon found that plaintiffs had made a sufficient case that they had been misled by Premera's statements about their privacy and data protection. "We're pleased with the court's ruling and looking forward to moving forward with the case," Keith Dubanevich, one of the counsel for the plaintiff's, said in a phone interview Friday.

The plaintiffs in the case are represented by several law firms and attorneys, including Keith Dubanevich and Steve Larson of Stoll Berne.  

To read the entire article, click here.

December 2016 - "Nadia Dahab and the Appellate Pro Bono Program", The Multnomah Lawyer

Nadia Dahab,a first-year associate in Stoll Berne’s litigation group, assisted the court with a habeas case that presented an issue of access to justice for inmates confined out of state under the Interstate Corrections Compact. Read more...

October 24, 2016 - "FedEx Ground Settles Overtime Case With Oregon Drivers for $15.45 Million", Transporation Topics

A judge has approved a settlement that requires FedEx Ground Package System Inc. to pay $15.45 million to a class of drivers that worked in Oregon and sued to receive unpaid overtime wages.
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November 1, 2016 - U.S. News recognizes Stoll Berne as a "Best Law Firm"

Stoll Berne has once again been recognized by U.S. News - Best Lawyers as a 2017 "Best Law Firm" in Portland, Oregon for the following practice areas:

Tier One:

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Litigation - Antitrust
  • Litigation - Intellectual Property
  • Litigation - Patent
  • Litigation - Securities
  • Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions - Plaintiffs

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