A group of plaintiffs attorneys active in oil spill litigation are targeting the administrator of BP's $20 billion compensation fund, calling on him to disclose how much the oil giant is paying him and to stop discouraging victims from seeking legal representation. The attorneys worry that fund administrator Kenneth Feinberg, an iconic figure who managed the 9/11 compensation fund, is a tool of BP, a company they say wants hardworking people to sign releases for far fewer dollars than they deserve.
Plaintiffs Attorneys Knock BP Fund Administrator
Daily Business Review
July 26, 2010
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