In response to the ongoing eviction crisis, OCJ awarded $1 million to community-based organizations helping Oregon renters maintain housing.
OCJ is offering emergency response grants up to $50,000 to community based partners who can help Oregon renters at risk of eviction.
We are pleased to share our 2020-21 Annual Report which highlights the efforts we pursued this past year in laying the foundation for our work that lies ahead and the impact that we have already had towards advancing consumer justice in Oregon.
Attorney General and Oregon Consumer Justice let recipients know checks are legitimate (SALEM, Ore.—July 20, 2020) PRESS RELEASE PDF Over the next few weeks, more than 1 million Oregonians who used a debit card to buy gas at Oregon ARCO and am/pm gas stations between...
In the class action lawsuit Scharfstein v. BP West Coast Products LLC, Judge Jerome LaBarre directed that unclaimed funds from the class action lawsuit be used to establish a consumer advocacy non-profit organization.
In March 2015, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed her first bill into law. House Bill 2700 requires redistribution of unclaimed damages from class action lawsuits.