STOLL BERNE is investigating allegations of possible price fixing of lithium ion batteries. News reports indicate that the U.S. Department of Justice is conducting its own investigation into companies in Korea and Japan. Rechargable lithium ion batteries, also known as secondary batteries, are used in consumer electronic devices such as laptops and smartphones, electric vehicles and some portable power tools such as chain saws and drills.
If you have purchased a rechargeable lithium ion battery from any of the following manufacturers (Panasonic Corporation, Sanyo, Hitachi, Maxell Corporation of America, Sony Corporation, Samsung, or LG Corporation), sometime during the last ten years, and/or have information relating to potentially anti-competitive practices by these companies, please contact us.
STOLL BERNE is conducting an investigation into whether Facebook violated the federal wiretap act when it tracked internet use by individuals with Facebook accounts even when those individuals were not logged into Facebook. If you are on Facebook and are concerned about these alleged Privacy Rights violations, please contact us.
STOLL BERNE is investigating whether True Credit violated the Oregon Unlawful Trade Practices Act when it represented that consumers would get three credit scores from the three national credit reporting agencies, when that was not true. If you have any information on such practices, please contact us.
STOLL BERNE is investigating whether Bank of America and other large banks have been adding false charges to foreclosures in order to increase the costs. If you have any information on such practices, please contact us.