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Recreation and Leisure

Attorneys

Hospitality and Restaurant

  • Serving as general corporate counsel for privately held and publicly traded hotel companies
  • Serving as counsel in connection with the financing of hotel property acquisitions and in negotiating management agreements
  • Completing a $55 million public financing for a major regional hotel chain
  • Successfully defending the owner of a major hotel against claims by a general contractor for $2 million in change orders; obtained dismissal of $1.6 million in claims through summary judgment motions and settled the remainder of the case with credit for attorney fees
  • Obtaining dismissal of sex and disability discrimination claims against national restaurant company
  • Providing ongoing labor and employment advice and negotiating successful settlements of wage hour, OFCCP enforcement actions and other lawsuits and agency actions on behalf of hotels, restaurants and cruise lines
  • Represent major national restaurant company in all employment matters

Recreation

  • Providing ongoing labor and employment advice and negotiating successful settlements of wage hour, OFCCP enforcement actions and other lawsuits and agency actions on behalf of hotels, restaurants and cruise lines
  • Representing national athletic shoe and related apparel companies in numerous matters, including in connection with the purchases of assets, trademark and patent matters, a variety of litigation, and the liquidation of one company’s corporate parent
  • Defending ski areas against injured participants’ claims in litigation, including negligence claims alleging improper design of a terrain park and improper design of a tubing area