Our Team

Price-CO Law Group Team

The attorneys at Price-CO Law Group are the recognized experts at managing distressed asset cases and FDIC receivership matters.  We specialize in the most difficult and complicated cases — whether to ensure a release of guarantee or attain a commercial loan modification – and we devote the time and energy necessary to present the best outcome possible.

Benjamin J. Cohen


Benjamin Cohen draws on his expert knowledge of real estate, banking, and the distressed asset market to specialize in all aspects of the relations between banks, borrowers, and the FDIC.  As an attorney, Ben has successfully negotiated on behalf of his client’s interests to protect millions of dollars of assets.  Ben has previously worked as a developer, banker, consultant, and financier.  Most recently, Ben held several roles with the FDIC both as their leading loss-share auditor and as receiver where he oversaw the winding up of billions of dollars of assets.

Ben is a native of Dunwoody and attended Woodward Academy.  Ben currently lives in Druid Hills with his wife, Sarah, and three children.

Emory University School of Law, J.D., 2004
University of Pennsylvania, B.A., European History, Business Law, 1999

Licenses & Associations
State Bar of Georgia – Admitted 2004
Georgia Real Estate Salesperson License, 2003


Sarah B. Fox


Following her graduation from Emory Law School in 2003, Sarah Fox worked as a staff attorney for a judge and as an associate at an Atlanta-based litigation firm where she honed her skills as a strategic trial worker. Currently, she is of counsel to Price-CO Law Group where she lends her extensive knowledge of trial preparation, discovery, strategy, and litigation.


Brown University, B.A. 1999
Emory University Law School, J.D. 2003

Licenses & Associations

State Bar of Georgia – Admitted 2003

Tai’ White


Prior to joining Price-CO Law Group, Tai’ White was a legal assistant at several mid-sized and small firms providing support in all areas of real estate closings, i.e. pre-closing, closing, post-closing and disbursement.  Tai’ has also served as an assistant to the general counsel at a large national bank managing:  (1) modification, foreclosure, and bankruptcy cases for commercial lending department; (2) affairs of general and associate counsel; and (3) the legal and redevelopment lending departments’ case management and e-billing system. Most recently, Tai’ has worked as a paralegal at several small firms managing foreclosure cases and providing support for residential and commercial real estate closings, bankruptcy, and litigation cases.  Tai’ also has experience as a processor specializing in residential loan modifications and foreclosure prevention.


Spelman College, Atlanta, GA