A hospitality attorney is more than just a lawyer. We help define key business goals, assemble the right team, develop strategies to optimize value, and get the deal done.
We represent hotel owners, developers, and food and beverage entrepreneurs. Our clients can rely on us for assembling the right team, getting the right operator with optimal terms, connecting with the right brand, maintaining management agreements, developing entity structures, and managing their workforce.
Our strengths include labor-management relations and preventive management strategies, such as executive training, arbitration enforcement and policies and procedures. And we defend claims such as employee claims of sexual harassment and discrimination.
Combining hospitality knowledge with commercial and real estate finance experience, we know what it takes to protect the legal and business interests of all parties. We also are on the cutting edge of knowledge when it comes to advising on sustainable development, LEED certification, and mixed-use projects. Even small developers and hoteliers can benefit from moving into the new era of smart growth implementation with confidence that all components of their investment mutually enhance the entire project’s excitement and success.
Whether your issue is tax, environmental and land use permitting, litigation, restructuring and workouts, labor and employment, intellectual property issues, green compliance, or any other, we can help you jump the hurdles it takes to succeed in this competitive industry.
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