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Lexmark allows false advertising claim against law firm for soliciting timeshare clients

Diamond Resorts Int’l, Inc. v. Aaronson, 2018 WL 735627, No. 17-cv-1394 (M.D. Fla. Jan. 26, 2018) Diamond is a timeshare developer managing more than 420 membership resorts worldwide. The Aaronson defendants are an Orlando-based attorney and his law firm focusing on soliciting Diamond’s timeshare members to become clients of Aaronson’s services to free them from financial obligations under their purchase and financing contracts.
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