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Aspen lawyers at Matthew C. Ferguson Law Firm pursue litigation against Starwood Hotels and St. Regis in New York City

Please contact Matt Ferguson at the Matthew C. Ferguson Law Firm in Aspen for information about the St. Regis Litigation. Aspen based lawyer Matt Ferguson has teamed up again with Michael J. Reiser, Tyler Meade and Michael S. Schrag to pursue a major lawsuit against St. Regis Residence Club, New York Inc.; Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc.; Marriott International, Inc.; Vistana Vacation Ownership, Inc. Vistana Signature Experiences, Inc.; Merger Sub, Inc.; and Interval Leisure Group, Inc. on behalf of over 100 owners of fractional timeshare interests in the iconic New York City building – the 1904 Beaux Arts landmark on the corner of Fifth Avenue and East 55th Street that houses the internationally acclaimed St. Regis New York Hotel. The St. Regis case has been filed by Matt Ferguson and his co-counsel in the United States District Court for the Southern Districts in Manhattan. The St. Regis Lawsuit asserts that Starwood, St. Regis and Vistana have breached their duties to the owners and crushed the value of units of fractional interests at the Fifth and Fifty-Fifth Residence Club or St. Regis Residence Club. The wrongful conduct alleged has destroyed the viability of the St. Regis Residence Club. Matt Ferguson’s clients seek damages including the significant diminution in value of their St Regis Club Interests caused by Defendants’ breaches and other unlawful acts, as well as the disgorgement of all monies Defendants have unjustly pocketed. Many of the Plaintiffs represented by Aspen attorney Matt Ferguson seek rescission pursuant to a contractual right of rescission of the purchase contracts.

 

“Luxury Listings – the Insider’s Guide to Manhattan Living” recently published an article about St. Regis Litigation reporting on the case. A copy of the complaint is also available for review on the Matthew Ferguson Law Firm News and Blog website page.

 

Read the articlehttp://www.llnyc.com/92740-over-100-st-regis-club-suite-owners-are-taking-the-esteemed-hotel-to-court

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