Vikings Owners Hit With $103M Judgment In Fraud Case

Law360, Los Angeles (December 20, 2013, 6:26 PM ET) -- A New Jersey judge on Friday owners of the Minnesota Vikings' payment $103 million in damages and attorneys’ fees for defrauding their former business partners out a stake in an real estate venture, but ordered them to pay a $110 million bond while they appeal the award.

Morris County Judge Deanne Wilson ordered Zygmunt, Mark and Leonard Wilf to pay about $85 million in damages and interest and nearly $18 million in attorneys’ fees, after finding them liable in August of bilking their partners in a...
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