Hospitality (Bar/Restaurant) Litigation

While rewarding, owning or operating a restaurant, nightclub, venue, hotel or the like is a huge investment and presents unique legal challenges. Our transactional and litigation attorneys offer a dynamic blend of knowledge and experiences that allow us to effectively represent clients on a variety of industry-related matters, like:

  • Management agreements for hotels, resorts, gaming, food, and beverage, golf and spa, mixed-use, service apartments, marinas, and ski resorts.  
  • Franchise agreements and disputes among franchisors/franchisees
  • In-state, national, and international acquisitions, sales or other expansion efforts
  • Development opportunities and related issues, including mixed use projects
  • Asset acquisitions or dispositions
  • Contract negotiations and disputes with suppliers and vendors, investors, or partners
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Business structure and restructuring plans to protect assets
  • Debt or equity financing, including joint ventures, syndications, etc.
  • Personal injury claims arising out of customer incidents
  • Employment claims
  • Defamation claims related to false/misleading online reviews
  • Indemnification claims
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Zoning, rezoning, and special land use applications
  • Licensing and permitting issues such building, signs, restaurant, liquor licensing, outdoor seating sidewalk permits, special event permits, live music permits

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