Howard Law / Morgan Drexen Debt Settlement Extended Battle Not Ending Anytime Soon

For those who were not victims of the debt settlement attorney network known as Morgan Drexen, you may not recognize the name. No worries. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) alleged Howard Law, P.C.; Williamson & Howard, LLP; the Williamson Firm, LLC; Vincent Howard; and Lawrence Williamson took over the operation and continue the alleged … Read more

CFPB Sues Debt Relief Attorneys for Collecting Illegal Fees from Struggling Consumers

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today took action against a ring of law firms and attorneys who collaborated to charge illegal fees to consumers seeking debt relief. In a complaint filed in federal court, the CFPB alleges that Howard Law, P.C., the Williamson Law Firm, LLC, and Williamson & Howard, LLP, as well as attorneys … Read more

What Should I Tell My Sister About Morgan Drexen, Williamson & Howard, and Seila Law?

Question: Dear Steve, My sister, who lives in Florida, is having financial troubles and I just started researching her situation. – She started “debt consolidation” with Morgan Drexen a couple of years ago. – They had an affiliation with William Gwaltney, a FL law firm. – At some point, she was switched to Williamson & … Read more

Court Orders Attorneys to Cough Up $5 Million for Debt Settlement Refunds

Judge Stanton has ordered that Vincent Howard, Howard Law, Lawrence Williamson, The Williamson Law Firm, and Williamson & Howard should cough up $5,326,981.13 that should be refunded to consumers for illegal advanced fee attorney model debt settlement services. This was a continuation of the Morgan Drexen mess. However, before any consumer gets excited that they … Read more

Howard Law Seems to Lose Again to Court in Morgan Drexen Case

To catch up on those case that has now been going on since 2013, click here. Recently, four parties to the ongoing action that started with Morgan Drexen had asked the court to release money and approve expenses after the Court imposed a restraining order. The four entities are Vincent Howard, Howard Law P.C., the … Read more

Logic Escapes Me in Howard Law Court Argument

OMG, the Morgan Drexen lawsuit is still ongoing. I refuse to go back over all the history on this attorney model debt settlement suit. If you want to learn more, click here. The Morgan Drexen suit morphed into additional action against Vincent Howard, Howard Law, Lawrence Williamson, Williamson & Howard, and the Williamson Law Firm. … Read more

MD – The Gift That Keeps on Giving

If you thought having VD was bad news, try having a bit of Morgan Drexen (MD). It seems all those who touched Morgan Drexen just keep on losing. The clients were unhappy, the government was unhappy, the CFPB is unhappy, Former CEO Walter Ledda has got to be unhappy, and now the current attorneys managing … Read more

CFPB Wins Final Judgment Against Morgan Drexen for Illegal Debt-Relief Scheme

At the request of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a federal district court entered a final judgment this week against debt relief company Morgan Drexen, Inc., resolving a lawsuit filed by the CFPB in August 2013. The Bureau’s lawsuit against Morgan Drexen alleged that the company charged illegal upfront fees and deceived consumers. The court … Read more

I’m Now Thinking Debt Settlement Attorney Aissac Aiono Must be Either a Liar or an Idiot

Frankly I’m just ashamed and disgusted by revelations in recent court documents filed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in the case against Morgan Drexen which then sucked in attorneys continuing the illegal advance fee debt settlement enterprise. One of those participants actually threatened to sue me when I first wrote about the activity. … Read more

Seila Law – Williamson & Howard – Debt Settlement Strangers?

The court battles drag on in the ex-Morgan Drexen case that subsequently involved successor law firms and attorneys. Specifically, Vincent Howard, Howard Law, Lawrence Williamson, Williamson & Howard, and the Williamson Law Firm are still battling the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The CFPB thinks these people should be held in contempt and pay monetary … Read more

Aissac Aiono Opens New Law Office – Seila Law

Aissac Aiono, who was previously associated with the Williamson Law Firm that was allegedly providing services or support for Morgan Drexen and/or Howard Law, has opened a new law office in Kansas City, Missouri. In this solo practice Mr. Aiono says he is providing assistance with personal injury, medical malpractice, consumer debt defense, child custory, … Read more

Has Howard Law Thrown in the Towel with Debt Settlement?

In an ongoing situation with the former debt settlement company, Morgan Drexen and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) it looks as if the effort by successor law firms to service the former Morgan Drexen clients is heading towards a resolution. Howard Law, P.C., Williamson & Howard, LLP and The Williamson Firm, LLC had made … Read more

Howard Law – Free Debt Report Commercial and Morgan Drexen Update

A reader wanted me to see the following commercial that is airing on television. I can see it aired at least five days ago on BET. The commercial goes to a website, freedebtreport.com that presents Vincent Howard as one of the nation’s top lawyers. – Source The tip about the commercial gave me a reason … Read more

Morgan Drexen Take Over Attorneys Held in Contempt by Court

What began in 2013 as an issue between the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the debt settlement company Morgan Drexen has now turned into a widening action that has resulted in several attorneys being found to be in contempt of court and facing a $10,000 per day fine if they don’t return client money. … Read more

More Twists and Turns in Morgan Drexen Case Now Involving Howard Law

Last week the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) deposed Walter Ledda, the former man in charge of the debt settlement company Morgan Drexen. Ledda disclosed some information that made the ears of the perk up a bit and they filed a new court document. Rather than rehash the entire background of this multi-year court action … Read more