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Representative Cases

Read about some of the cases we have successfully handled for our clients.

Wage and Hour Cases

Chastain et al. v. Canby Pub & Grill et al.
In this case, the Court certified a class and collective action for 137 former Canby Pub & Grill employees and approved a $450,000.00 settlement of their claims that they were wrongfully not paid on payday, had certain deductions taken out of their paychecks without their express written permission, and various other violations.

Nielsen et al. v. American Home Mortgage Corp.
In this case, the Court certified a class and collective action for 78 former American Home Mortgage mortgage brokers and approved a $615,000.00 settlement of their claims that they were wrongfully denied overtime and had certain deductions taken out of their commissions without their express written permission.

Di Giovanni et al. v. Alu, Inc. et al.
In this case, the Court awarded $203,948.60 (plus attorney fees) to 8 restaurant employees whose employer committed various wage and hour violations, including deducting a flat 20% from their paychecks but never paying those taxes to the government, paying the employees late, bouncing the employees' checks, working the employees "off the clock," not paying overtime, and closing the restaurant without paying the employees the wages they were due.

Rother et al. v. Telelanguage, Inc. et al.
In this case, after a two-day jury trial, the jury awarded $63,496.15 to 20 call center employees for various wage and hour violations (bounced paychecks, unpaid overtime from changes in workweek, not paying for holidays, not paying for breaks that were less than 30 minutes, missed paydays, and various other underpayments). The employees are also entitled to their attorney fees in this case.

Personal Injury Cases

Snyder v. State Farm et al.
In this case, a drunk driver rear-ended the truck in which my client was a passenger, injuring his neck and back. After multiple surgeries to repair his back, the insurance companies settled before trial for a total of $688,950.89, plus forgiveness of his previously reimbursed medical costs.

Hicks v. MacRae et al.
In this case, the defendants rear-ended the car in which my client was a passenger, injuring her neck and back. The insurance companies settled before trial for $50,666.58, which was more than both drivers' total insurance policy limits.

Wunderlich v. Hostetter
In this case, the defendant ran a stop sign, crashing into my client on his bicycle, injuring his shoulder. The insurance company settled before trial for $65,000.

Moore v. City of Lake Oswego and Firestone
In this case, my client injured her knee when she fell on a section of defective sidewalk. The defendants settled before trial for $35,000.

Disability Discrimination Cases

DeLaunay v. TriMet and Broadway Cab
In this case, TriMet and Broadway Cab settled a case for $10,001.32 (plus attorney fees) under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Oregon anticiscrimination statutes when a cab driver operating under the TriMet LIFT program refused to allow a blind woman and her guide dog into his cab.

Welch v. Bozzio's Restaurant and Lounge Corporation et al.
In this case, the Court awarded $105,000.00 in damages (plus attorney fees) under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Oregon antidiscrimination statutes against a restaurant that denied access to a legally blind man and his wife unless they left the guide dog outside.

Other Cases

Medearis v. Oregon Teamster Employers Trust and The William C. Earhart Company, Inc.
In this case, the Court approved a class action settlement under the Employee Retiree Income Security Act (ERISA), distributing a pool of up to $48,635.00 (plus attorney fees) to 92 Teamsters retirees who had been charged health care premiums through the Teamsters retirement plan that were well in excess of what the self-payment amounts for those plans were supposed to be.



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