Ken Feinberg Reveals Key Ingredients for Successful Mediations in Distressed Debt Cases

New York, USA – Ken Feinberg, known for his role as the Special Master of the Federal September 11 Victim Compensation Fund, shared his insights on the strategies for successful mediations in mass tort cases. Bloomberg Intelligence consultant, Negisa Balluku, interviewed Feinberg on the intersection of mass tort and Chapter 11 bankruptcies. During the conversation, Feinberg stressed the importance of establishing deadlines and ensuring that all relevant parties are present at the negotiation table. Drawing from his extensive experience in administering complex public crises, Feinberg emphasized the significance of these two factors in reaching successful … Read more

Limo Lawsuit Looms: Kodak Black Faces $618K Legal Battle as Debt Dispute Rages On

QUEENS, NY – Rapper Kodak Black is currently embroiled in a legal battle with a limousine company based in Queens, NY. I&D Concierge is suing the rapper for allegedly owing them over $600,000 in transportation service fees. According to court documents obtained by HipHopDX, the company claims that between September 2018 and December 2023, Kodak accumulated monthly bills ranging from $150,000 to $200,000. In response to the lawsuit, Bradford Cohen, Kodak’s attorney, argues that I&D took advantage of his client during a difficult period in his life. Cohen asserts that the company exploited Kodak when … Read more

Judge’s Battle with Argentina: An Inside Look at the Landmark Case That Reshaped Sovereign Debt Markets

New York, NY – Argentina’s notorious history of defaults and legal battles in U.S. courts is highlighted by its largest default to date: a staggering $100 billion in bonds in December 2001. Despite restructuring 76% of this debt in 2005, offering investors just 34 cents-on-the-dollar, approximately $20 billion of the defaulted bonds holders refused to accept the terms and turned to the courts for resolution. What followed was a decade-long legal battle, overseen by Judge Thomas P. Griesa of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, who grew increasingly frustrated … Read more

Creditor Law Group Advocates for Fair Treatment in Debt Collection Practices, Rooting Out Unethical Collectors

Philadelphia, PA – Living with debt can be incredibly stressful, and unfortunately, many consumers also have to deal with aggressive and unethical debt collectors. These collectors often violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), a law enacted by the U.S. government in 1978 to protect borrowers from abusive and unfair practices. Violations of the FDCPA are widespread and can have profound consequences for debtors. In response to these violations, Creditor Law Group, a nationwide law firm dedicated to defending consumers, is at the forefront of fighting against unethical debt collection practices. One of the … Read more