Hilton Says Vacationers Stole Expert In Telemarketing Suit
Law360, Miami (April 25, 2017, 7:12 PM EDT) -- A Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. subsidiary asked a Florida federal court Tuesday to disqualify counsel and an expert witness for a proposed class of consumers accusing the company of violating their privacy with prerecorded telemarketing calls, saying the class hired an expert who had previously worked with Hilton in similar litigation.
Hilton Grand Vacations LLC, a unit that offers resort timeshares for consumers, said lead plaintiff Melanie Glasser and her attorneys, Keogh Law Ltd. and The Consumer Protection Firm, deliberately hired an expert witness, Randall A. Snyder, who had previously been retained by Hilton in nearly identical litigation.
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