Lawyers Helping Lawyers
A library of judicial orders in favor of timeshare exit companies and
attorneys who play by the rules.
Consumers vs Timeshare Companies
VICTORY FOR TIMESHARE OWNERS: A jury entered a verdict in favor of owners on both the New Jersey Timeshare and Consumer Fraud Acts, resulting in an award of $641,571.06 to the owners and $996,013 in attorney fees and costs for a total award of $1,637,584.06.… Read More
Mandatory Arbitration Provisions on Appeal – Under what circumstances will a court reject a developer’s motion to compel arbitration?
Bedgood v Wyndham – LISTEN TO ORAL ARGUMENTS ON APPEAL: This is a prospective class action on behalf of timeshare
On November 15, 2022, the Court certified a class of timeshare owners and granted approval of $13 million settlement fund
Timeshare Companies vs Attorneys
Club Exploria agrees to pay attorney fees in sum of $175,000 after dismissal of tortious interference suit.
Club Exploria v Aaronson Law Firm – Club Exploria, LLC, a timeshare developer in the Orlando area, agreed to pay $175,000 in attorney fees after bringing a lawsuit against the Aaronson Law Firm that was summarily dismissed in federal court, a ruling that was affirmed on appeal. … Read More
Club Exploria v Aaronson – In its order granting an attorney’s motion for summary judgment, the court dismissed the timeshare developer’s claim for tortious interference with contract, finding that the developer failed to provide any… Read More
Wyndham v Square One – The court granted the exit company’s motion to compel Wyndham to respond to discovery seeking Wyndham’s theory of damages: “Plaintiffs’ Supplemental Rule 26 Disclosures claimed ‘actual … Read More