Vikings Owners Told To Pay $84.5M In Ex-Partners' Fraud Suit

Law360, New York (September 23, 2013, 10:58 PM EDT) -- Minnesota Vikings owners Zygmunt and Mark Wilf, who are on track to build a $975 million stadium, were hit with an $84.5 million judgment Monday by a New Jersey judge who found they had defrauded their former business partners out of a stake in a real estate development.

Superior Court Judge Deanne M. Wilson handed down the award after spending the afternoon deliberating how much in damages to assess against the NFL franchise owners and their cousin Leonard Wilf, all of whom she found liable for...
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