The attorney representing losing Revel bidder Glenn Straub appealed the Oct. 7 sale approval in a document filed Friday in state bankruptcy court.

Straub vowed to appeal the sale of the property to Brookfield US Holdings LLC immediately after the $110 million sale was approved.

The Florida developer claims Revel's attorneys accepted a bid by Brookfield past a specified deadline and reneged on an agreement to share competing bids with him. 

Braden Campbell 

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