Marketer, Travel Agent Try To Exit Suit Alleging Rape At Resort

Law360 (November 25, 2019, 5:39 PM EST) -- A marketer and a travel agency asked Friday to be released from a suit over the alleged rape of two young women at a Beaches resort in Jamaica, saying they do not own or operate the property and had no duty to protect against the alleged injuries.

In separate motions filed in federal court in Miami, Unique Vacations Inc. and The Mark Travel Corp. both argued for summary judgment in their favor on the grounds that the claims against them are misplaced and fail to meet pleading requirements under the laws of Jamaica and several U.S. states.

Miami-based Unique Vacations, which...

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