Treasure Hunters Fined $1M for Bad Faith Litigation

, The National Law Journal

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In a blistering decision, a federal judge in Florida ordered a treasure hunting company to pay more than $1 million in attorney fees and sanctions for a "continuous, core campaign of bad faith, deception, and deflection."

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  • JOE SWEENEY

    Odyssey knew all along it was the Mercedes. Good try, but a big gamble all along. Sorry to see they lost since Spain would have never found it. Expensive roll of the dice.....

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