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An article in Saturday's NY Timescompares the work ahead of Ken Feinberg with the BP Oil Fund, with his prior work on the 9/11 Fund.
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This article briefly addresses: (a) how GCCF limits BP's liability via the systematic postponement, reduction or denial of claims against BP; (b) how GCCF guarantees BP's continued long-term operation in the offshore Gulf of Mexico E&P sector; and (c) why GCCF is not necessary to ensure that victims of the BP oil spill are fully compensated for incurred damages.
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