OCJ Updates

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OCJ shares findings from Community Listening Sessions

OCJ shares findings from Community Listening Sessions

Between July 2021 and February 2022, Oregon Consumer Justice hosted 12 community listening sessions in partnership with community organizations to understand how Oregonians experience consumer injustice.

Celebrating OCJ team promotions

Celebrating OCJ team promotions

OCJ is pleased to announce the promotions of two key team members: ReJeana Orr and Chris Coughlin. ReJeana steps into the role of Director of Executive Office Operations and Chris to the position of Policy Director.  ReJeana Orr — Director of Executive Operations...

OCJ Celebrates the Contributions of Founding Board Members

OCJ Celebrates the Contributions of Founding Board Members

Oregon Consumer Justice was formed as part of a class action lawsuit on behalf of more than two million customers of Arco/BP gas stations. Because not all of the individuals who were entitled to claim damages could be located, a substantial amount of money was subject...

Making transactions more equitable

Making transactions more equitable

Today we are one step closer to advancing consumer justice for every Oregonian! Thanks to the passage of Senate Bill 1565B, which passed with bipartisan support, Oregonians will no longer be turned away for being unable to pay for goods or services with a debit or...

Introducing our new Executive Director!

Introducing our new Executive Director!

We are thrilled to introduce you to OCJ’s new Executive Director, Jagjit Nagra! Learn more about Jagjit and his initial priorities as Executive Director.

Emergency Eviction Response Grants

Emergency Eviction Response Grants

OCJ is offering emergency response grants up to $50,000 to community based partners who can help Oregon renters at risk of eviction.

2020-21 Annual Report

2020-21 Annual Report

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.

Your check really is in the mail

Your check really is in the mail

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...

The bill that launched OCJ

The bill that launched OCJ

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.