Time-Share Co. Accuses Law Firms Of Preying Upon Clients

Law360, New York (July 26, 2017, 2:13 PM EDT) -- Two law firms were hit Tuesday in California federal court with a time-share group’s suit alleging they interfere in its relationships with clients by pretending through a fraudulent racketeering scheme to be affiliated with the group and an approved channel through which vacation owners can end time-share contracts.

Welk Resort Group Inc. and the Welk Resorts Platinum Owners Association accused the defendants — Reed Hein & Associates LLC, a company in Lynnwood, Washington, that does business as Timeshare Exit Team, along with Seattle law firm Schroeter...
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