Kensington Research and Recovery Hires New In House Counsel

Chicago, IL (PressExposure) October 02, 2009 -- Kensington Research and Recovery has hired Doug Fournier as In House Counsel and Director of Business Development, handling a wide range of legal, compliance and development issues.

Prior to joining Kensington, Mr. Fournier was In House Counsel for a real estate development company and spent several years in private law practice specializing in the areas of corporate, real estate and finance.

"A large part of our business is legal work, and having Doug on staff has proven to be a tremendous asset to our business," said Frank Dal Bello, Director at Kensington.

Mr. Fournier graduated from Miami University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Finance, and DePaul University with a JD/MBA in 1998. Mr. Fournier lives in DuPage County with his wife and two sons and is a volunteer youth hockey coach.

Since 1999, the people at Kensington have been informing the public about refunds and providing a professional service dedicated to returning money to its rightful owners. We have been very successful in assisting companies and individuals in the recovery of various types of refunds. Many of our clients have found the process of collecting these refunds on their own to be difficult, time consuming, and costly. Our devoted staff takes pride in helping those that need our service.

Kensington Research and Recovery helps people recover money from government agencies when they have been overcharged, have refunds owed to them, or have made overpayments. Their research department searches through public records within various government agencies looking for money that is owed to individuals and businesses. Kensington finds a refund, links that refund to a person, locates the potential client, informs the client about the refund, and then offers their services for recovery.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 02, 2009 at 3:12 pm
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