Judge won’t expedite ‘gaslight’ claim in timeshare row

By Madison Arnold (July 19, 2022, 4:52 p.m. EDT) – A Florida federal judge says he will take his time to weigh arguments filed in an emergency motion accusing a timeshare vacation company of “gaslighting” for hiding evidence he lacked on his feet to pursue claims over allegedly lost fees through a group of timeshare “exit” lawyers.

Montgomery & Newcomb LLC, along with other defendants in the case, had sought an immediate dismissal of the claims in an emergency motion filed over the weekend, saying Wyndham Vacation Ownership Inc. sold its right to receive payments from timeshare owners represented by the company and that, as a result, the company lacked standing…

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