After three years of litigation, at least 406 Montana consumers who took out Internet payday loans at exorbitant interest rates from LoanPoint USA will have their loans forgiven and many will share a $233,000 settlement.
John Heenan of the Bishop & Heenan Law Firm at 1631 Zimmerman Trail has been rated "AV Preeminent" by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings. According to its website, "AV Preeminent" is the highest ranking an attorney can achieve and is "a testament to the fact that a lawyer's peers ran…
Therese Bieber recently ended her lawsuit against the city of Billings, after the city's insurer agreed to a $900,000 settlement.
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court will hear arguments this week in a mortgage dispute between a Meagher County couple and Bank of America over allegedly fraudulent dealings by the bank.
The insurer for the city of Billings has agreed to pay $900,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a man who died of a heart attack at Rose Park pool in 2011.
As an attorney specializing in consumer protection law, John Heenan is passionate about advocating for his clients.
During two decades of fighting elder abuse, Paul Greenwood has personally prosecuted more than 500 fraud cases.
By refusing to accept a class-action insurance settlement against Farmers Group Inc., Montana will receive $1.2 million in the next month to spend on legal charity.
The family of a Billings man who died of a heart attack during an outing at Rose Park pool is suing the city of Billings for failing to provide for the safety of pool users.
A federal jury convicted a Billings man Tuesday of assaulting a deputy marshal for ramming his car into the officer's vehicle but acquitted him on a second count involving another deputy.
Montana will receive $20.4 million of the $26 billion nationwide settlement against five of the largest U.S. banks for breaking federal and state mortgage lending laws.
In an effort to help support a local child care center, Red Lodge volunteers opened Kids Corner last June.
Over the past four years, Steve Bullock has expanded the attorney general's Consumer Protection office in order to help serve Montanans who are victims of fraud. By making consumer protection a priority, Bullock has recovered millions of dollars from companies engaged in illegal business pra…
Billings businessman and City Councilman Mark Astle had his check for $149.66 to pay for Internet and cable services cashed twice over two consecutive days in June.
Billings attorney John Heenan sits with his client, Tiffany Kelker, who is suing an out-of-state Internet lender. Heenan said Kelker is paying interest rates topping 1,000 percent annually on a $500 loan when Montana law only allows 36 percent interest.
An appellate court on Friday affirmed a $311,000 federal jury award to a Laurel man who sued a North Dakota law firm over its debt collection practices.
A homeowner loses her job. A spouse gets sick and the couple starts missing mortgage payments.
Alicia Lang won’t lose her West End home at a foreclosure sale Tuesday after all.
Graphic artist Alicia Lang has kept her credit rating high, and when she refinanced the mortgage on her West End home three years ago with a local bank, she made her payments on time.