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David F. Suger

David F Sugerman Attorney PC

David F. Sugerman Attorney, PC is a law practice dedicated to protecting consumers. The firm has had special success on structural cases—those rare, important cases that take on fundamental problems. Some of our major successes include a $409 million consumer fraud class action over BP for illegal debit card charges, an $85 million federal court win for Oregon veterans poisoned in Iraq by defense contractor KBR, and a multimillion dollar settlement against Comcast for illegally charging cable TV late fees.

David represents consumers. His practice spans a range of areas, with a focus on complex injury and consumer class action cases. David opened his solo law practice in January 2010. From 1991-2009, he practiced in the Portland law firm of Paul & Sugerman, PC. David is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in Oregon.

David has had remarkable success as a trial lawyer. His most notable verdict, Scharfstein v. BP West Coast Products, was tried in state court. As lead counsel, David achieved a recordsetting consumer class action verdict, with a judgment that will exceed $400 million. The case is ongoing.

In federal court, David was part of a trial team that obtained an $85 million verdict for a group of Oregon Army National Guard veterans poisoned in Iraq at a KBR work site. The case, Bixby v. KBR, has been refiled in Texas, following a remand from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

David received the Oregon State Bar President’s Award in 2008. David was admitted to the American Board of Trial Advocates in 2011. Martindale-Hubble gives David its highest peer review rating of 5.0.

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Cutting Edge Bet the Company Mega Class Action CLE

Total Credits: 1 Ethics, 2 General

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Ethics |  Trial and Litigation |  Business Law
Christopher A. Seeger |  David F. Suger |  Lexi J. Hazam |  Lois O. Rosenbaum |  Matthew Preusch |  Meredith Price |  Paul G. Karlsgodt |  Richard C. Godfrey |  ....
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Feb 16, 2016
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Support the Public Interest Law Project and get CLE credit while learning from an all-star panel of attorneys involved in recent and current high profile class actions.

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