Attorney General for DC Sues Marriott International over Hotel 'Resort Fees' – By Jim Butler
Vizergys Director of Business Development, Hope Waggett, CHDM, weighs in on the hot topic of ADA compliance for hotel websites
A federal Grand Jury has indicted a prolific ADA plaintiff for income tax evasion. More than just an interesting story, Marty Orlick explains how this might affect current and future ADA litigation.
Today, Marty shares some good news from Riverside, California, where the Riverside County District Attorneys Office is seeking to stop abusive ADA lawsuits filed by serial litigants.
Voters in Long Beach, California passed an initiative in November 2018 that affects all hotels in Long Beach with more than 50 hotel rooms. The Hotel Workplace Requirements and Restrictions Initiative Ordinance, known as the 'Panic Button Initiative' places new requirements and restrictions on hotel owners and puts non-union hotels at a disadvantage.
In collaboration with JLL, Baker & McKenzie presents Hotel Management Contracts 2018, a unique analysis of recent trends in hotel management contract negotiations in Asia Pacific. This provides an update to our previous study undertaken in 2014.
Starting in January 2020, California hotels and motels must provide human trafficking awareness training to their employees, to ensure that those most likely to come into contact with victims of trafficking are able to help in a way that is effective and safe for both guests and employees.
Year after year, this event brings together a strong showing of hotel owners, operators, developers, investors, managers, and employees, as well as experts in government affairs and others interested in the lodging industry.
Despite a general effective date of January 1, 2020, there are 5 steps that anyone doing business in California should take now to avoid problems under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the Act) when it becomes effective. As a follow up to his original article explaining the important provisions of the Act, my partner Bob Braun provides us an important update on recent regulatory activity concerning the Act and provides practical guidance on what needs to be done now.
Privacy legislation is dominating the news cycle these days and it's unlikely to slow down. Now, as U.S. companies are adjusting to the requirements of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, the State of California has introduced new laws that will apply to California companies or companies doing business in California.