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By Robert Braun
It is budget season again — that time when operators and owners sit down to agree on the financial blueprint for the next year. My partner Bob Braun has worked on many hundreds of hotel management...
By James Butler, Jr.
EB-5 financing is an important and viable source of construction financing for hotels, hotel enhanced mixed-use, and other development projects.
By James Butler, Jr.
It is budget season again — that time when operators and owners sit down to agree on the financial blueprint for the next year.
By James Butler, Jr.
What does the FTC say is your potential liability for mandatory hotel charges?
By Robert Braun, James Butler, Jr.
It is budget season again - that time when operators and owners sit down to agree on the financial blueprint for the next year.
By Barbra A Arnold, Louise Ann Fernandez
Effective January 1, 2018, California employers can no longer ask job applicants about their prior salary. The law also requires an employer "upon reasonable request," to provide the applicant with...
By Jeffrey Bils
A relatively long-established boundary on the subject of job interviews is the criminal history of job applicants. Five years ago, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission set forth its enforcement Guidance...
By Stanley Gibson
The plaintiff, Realtime Adaptive Streaming LLC's ("Realtime") filed an ex parte application to file its Certification and Notice of Interested Parties under seal (the "Application")...
By Robert Braun
The Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation distributed an email warning late on Friday, October 20, 2017, that the nuclear, energy, aviation, water and critical manufacturing industries...
By James Butler, Jr.
In evaluating what you should do about the new furor over mandatory hotel charges, it would be helpful to have a clearer understanding of what the FTC seems to be saying on the issue.
By Robert Braun
At the airport, in a coffee shop or hotel lobby? Think twice before logging on to that free Wi-Fi. What's not to love about free, public Wi-Fi? It's free. It's easy. A couple of clicks and you're connected to the world.
By James Butler, Jr., Mark Adams, Anthony Pacheco
The government is on a mission to eliminate the practice of hotels charging their guests undisclosed Resort Fees, and is going after hotels for massive fines and penalties.
By James Butler, Jr.
It is budget season again — that time when operators and owners sit down to agree on the financial blueprint for the next year. My partner Bob Braun has worked on many hundreds of hotel management agreements and issues arising under them.
By James Butler, Jr.
It is very likely that the Resort Fee issue will present challenges in the near future to all stakeholders in the hospitality industry.
By James Butler, Jr.
Consumer complaints have been protesting Resort Fees for almost two decades. In 2012, the FTC took its first major action.
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