In Clark v Wyndham, timeshare owners Terina and Bryan Clark, represented by US Consumer Attorneys, have brought a lawsuit on behalf of themselves and the general public, claiming that Wyndham violated California’s Unfair Competition Law when Wyndham sold them and financed for them real property interests without the requisite real estate license.
M2D granted in part denied in part dismissed: Timeshare Act
surviving: UCL re violation of non-licensed agents selling RE
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Plaintiffs: Terina Clark, Bryan Clark
Plaintiffs’ counsel: Robert D. Bedinger, Ashton B. Inniss of US Consumer Attorneys, P.A.
Defendant: WorldMark, The Club; Wyndham Resort Development Corporation; Wyndham Vacation Ownership, Inc.
Defendant’s counsel: Elizabeth Marie Treckler, Michael R. Matthias of Baker & Hostetler LLP
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