No Exit For Timeshare Atty In Wyndham's False Ad Suit

Law360 (October 11, 2019, 6:01 PM EDT) -- An attorney accused of co-running a bogus timeshare exit scheme can't dismiss Wyndham's suit, a Florida federal judge ruled, holding that the hotel giant sufficiently showed that the attorney and others duped owners to default on their financial obligations.

U.S. District Judge Paul G. Byron denied a motion by attorney Harold O. Miller and website owner John E. Mortimer to dismiss Wyndham Vacation Ownership Inc.'s suit claiming they ran a fraudulent scheme offering "guaranteed" legal services to help timeshare owners exit their contracts, which amounted to default and foreclosure on the properties. The judge backed all five counts against the pair,...

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