Jennings Strouss represents a broad range of businesses in the hospitality industry, including restaurants and bars, hotel and golf resorts, ski resorts, bowling alleys, fitness facilities, and timeshare properties. Our attorneys understand the hospitality industry and leverage a multi-disciplinary approach to providing practical advice to clients in corporate, real estate, labor and employment, intellectual property, bankruptcy and restructuring, and tax transactions. They also assist with regulatory compliance and resolution of disputes, whether through litigation, arbitration, mediation, or negotiation.
Our attorneys also assist with hotel and golf course site acquisitions; mergers and acquisitions; hotel management agreements; project development, including financing; master and sub condominium regimes for master planned developments, timeshares, and fractional ownership; and government permits and authorizations. They negotiate joint ventures, counsel businesses on obtaining investment capital, assist with business succession planning, and provide tax strategy advice. Also, our attorneys help clients with executive and employee compensation, non-compete and nondisclosure agreements, and the protection of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, and copyrights.
The hospitality industry is vulnerable to a broad range of issues that often lead to litigation. Our attorneys have experience in representing hospitality clients in such matters as charges of mismanagement, wrongful termination and unfair competition, discrimination and harassment, wage and hour issues, real estate disputes, insurance disputes, construction issues, and product liability defense. Most recently, the attorneys in our litigation practice have defended numerous hotels, restaurants, and other businesses in serial lawsuits relating to alleged pool chair lift, parking lot, and online hotel reservation violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Jennings Strouss represents a broad range of businesses in the hospitality industry, including restaurants and bars, hotel and golf resorts, ski resorts, bowling alleys, fitness facilities, and timeshare properties
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