Wilf Found At Fault In Civil Lawsuit
(Morristown, NJ) -- Vikings owner Zigi Wilf, his brother and cousin will know in two weeks what a long-running lawsuit decided against them will cost. A judge found the three committed fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and violated the state's civil racketeering statute, or RICO. The New Jersey Star Ledger says the case, which lasted 21 years, involved four judges, mountains of paperwork and allegations of what it terms "chicanery and evil." At issue was the construction of a 764-apartment complex in New Jersey. The Wilfs' partners in the deal say they were systematically cheated out of their fair share of the revenues.