‘Test Case’: How Attorneys Defeated a $10 Million Class Action Over Condo Costs (FL)

Putting on “a numbers case” helped the owners of the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach condo hotel defeat a $10 million class action lawsuit by residents fuming over a multimillion-dollar spike in maintenance fees.  Q Club Hotel LLC owns the property at 505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., which operates under the Hilton brand and includes six commercial units and 333 condos that individual owners could opt to rent as luxury suites through the hotel.    Read the article…………


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