Wyndham Vacation declined to win against Atty for ‘timeshare outing’


By Joyce Hanson (September 28, 2021, 6:49 p.m. EDT) – A Florida federal judge has largely awarded a victory to a lawyer sued by Wyndham Vacation for his part in an alleged “timeshare outing” program, dismissing claims by the company that the lawyer used false advertising while persuading landlords to unlawfully breach their contracts.

U.S. District Judge Gregory A. Presnell on Monday allowed attorney Mitchell R. Sussman’s motion for summary judgment over Wyndham Vacation Ownership Inc.’s claims against him for false contributory advertising in violation of Lanham Law and for interference tort in existing contracts under Florida law. . The judge also dismissed Wyndham’s counterclaims for partial summary judgment on …

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