Federal Judges Deal Further Blows to Debra Laufers Nationwide ADA Lawsuits Against the Hospitality Industry
Bob Braun, senior member of JMBMs Global Hospitality Group® and Co-Chair of the Firms Cybersecurity & Privacy Group, explains the major provisions of the Act and discusses the challenges hotels face as they look to address its requirements.
One of the biggest mistakes owners and developers continue to make is negotiating a 'nonbinding' term sheet on various hotel arrangements, such as hotel franchise and hotel management agreements. This can be a costly misstep for the reasons Bob Braun points out in this article on a classic but perennial problem.
It is inevitable many hotels will go into receivership and/or foreclosure in the coming months. Some owners cannot afford to fight any longer, some lenders cannot kick the can down the road any longer, or any number of other reasons will start them down this path.
Our Restaurant Law Center offers this guidance on what you can do to protect your restaurant and employees from coronavirus.
The Hotel Law Guide helps serve hotel real estate owners, developers and operators as a reference for experienced and well-known lawyers and attorneys with a track record in Asia Pacific region. Each law firm highlights their representative attorneys with the type of services offered and notable projects.
If you are reading this, you are almost certainly in the hospitality industry, and you are most likely in a financial and emotional distress. During trying times, hotel owners rely more than ever on their brands and managers the professionals that owners engage to protect the multi-million dollar investments that they have made in building, maintaining and upgrading properties.
The Associations Restaurant Law Center offers guidance on what to do next.
ADA website cases continue to be filed against hotels nationwide, but some courts are pushing back against serial plaintiffs. My partner, Marty Orlick, shares the news below from a website case filed in the Northern District of New York.
Expecting your insurance policy to cover your COVID-19 losses? The answer may lie in the fine print, or more likely the courts.