Amid a wave of litigation against the lodging industry on behalf of human trafficking victims,  Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is suing some of its franchisees for indemnification.

Wyndham, which calls itself the world’s largest hotel franchising company, filed a pair of suits in Newark, New Jersey, federal court seeking indemnification from Ohio motel operators in underlying suits brought on behalf of survivors of sex trafficking.

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