Vikings Owners Want NJ Court To Topple $103M Judgment

Law360, New York (January 8, 2014, 8:00 PM EST) -- Owners of the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday formally appealed New Jersey court rulings that would force them to pay more than $103 million in damages, interest and attorneys' fees for allegedly bilking their partners in a real estate venture.

Represented by former New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey, defendants Zygmunt, Mark and Leonard Wilf submitted their notice with the state Appellate Division challenging a lower court's Dec. 20 final judgment for Ada Recihmann and Josef Halpern, who claimed they were denied their fair share of proceeds...
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