For clients who want to sue to get their money back, even Punitive Damages, the Firm has filed lawsuits for Multiparty Actions and Class Action.
See if your facts are similar to the lawsuit Fact sections and the Plaintiffs’ detailed facts in these cases. If have a good match, you may have a good reason to call for a free consultation to see if you qualify for a spot in an impending or filed lawsuits.
2020 Class Actions – Small Donation, Full Retainer
The first of two statewide Class Action lawsuits—laser-focused on statutory grounds that render Hilton Timeshare contracts to be Null & Void as a matter of law.
There shall be announcements for a series of Westgate Class Actions in the fourth quarter of 2020.
These actions surround a bright-line statutory rule with proscribed relief
The first of three Class Action lawsuits which are laser-focused on statutory grounds that render Wyndham Timeshare contracts to be Null & Void as a matter of law.
The first of these Class Action matters against this timeshare conglomerate shall be filed in Texas against Silverleaf Resorts. Holliday Inn and Silverleaf are both subsidiaries of parent corporation, Orange Lake, and Holiday Inn is not the parent corporation of Silverleaf contrary to what their rep’s say in deceptive sales presentations. Holiday Inn timeshares are a baby corp. with no power, and it’s just a name that Orange Lake purchases the right to use, and Orange Lake does not own all the Holiday Inn motels throughout America. As a result there shall be a series of upcoming Class Actions in different states filed against Orange Lake and its clandestine subsidiary “Holiday Inn”.
These resorts are alleged to have committed bait & switch fraud, and blatant statutory violations. They now shall face the great leveler of Consumer Justice! Even a multibillion dollar resort fears a Judgement in favor of 1000s of fraud victims who all speak the same truths, where a court justifiably sanctions the defendant many millions for recalcitrant defiance of statutory law and predatory sales practices.
“It’s the most unconscionable conduct imaginable that we put on trial…but we can’t help that, we must show it in its true light.”
– Sol A. Abrams on Alcatraz
Litigation against a multi-million or billion-dollar company could cost tens of thousands of dollars or more. But here, consumer-victims sue to end abusive payments from a fraud contract, and to protect their family’s future generations from eternal debt, and ultimately, to teach a recalcitrant offender a lesson. Accordingly, we structure our lawsuits to meet the needs of ordinary people in a very extraordinary situation.