STOLL BERNE represents U.S. and international companies and consumers in all aspects of antitrust litigation. This representation includes allegations of
Areas of Practice
Stoll Berne has a strong team of appellate attorneys who can provide expert advice to clients should their litigation continue through appeal. The firm's attorneys have appeared before, and established law in, the United States Supreme Court, several federal circuit courts of appeal and the Oregon appellate courts. We are recognized by Oregon Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers of America and others for our outstanding appellate practice.
Litigation, although sometimes necessary, is not always in the best interest of your business or career. Accordingly, we resolve many business and employment disputes without going to trial and frequently without even filing a lawsuit.
We act as general and special counsel to businesses engaged in a wide variety of industries, including finance, securities, technology, agriculture and health care. Our clients include individuals, investors and businesses of all kinds, from publicly held corporations to closely held businesses.
We have earned a solid reputation as the leading plaintiffs' class action firm in Oregon. We have litigated numerous securities fraud class actions on behalf of investors.
We represent parties in trade secret, trademark, copyright, false advertising, unfair competition, defamation, medical research practice and related intellectual property matters.
We represent real estate developers, investors and financial institutions in a wide variety of real estate transactions and other matters.
Stoll Berne has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of many individual investors and classes of investors. Stoll Berne represents individual investors, institutional investors, brokers, broker-dealers and investment advisors.
STOLL BERNE represents whistleblowers in matters involving healthcare fraud, defense contracting fraud, IRS fraud, securities fraud, and commodities fraud.
Generally speaking, whistleblowers receive between 10-30 percent of the amount recovered by the Government in a successful action.