Bob Braun’s article titled, “Hotel Franchise Agreements: 8 Things to Negotiate in Your Next Franchise Agreement,” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Hotel Online, Hospitality Net, ehotelier.com, Hotel News Resource and Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals.
John Lucas published the article “Objection, Hollywood! You’re doing it wrong!” in the Daily Journal. The article discusses famous courtroom movie scenes and how they compare to real-life legal strategies.
Jim Butler’s blog article, “JMBM’s Chinese Investment Group™ announces successful acquisitions in the U.S. for Chinese clients, and promotion of Eudeen Chang to Vice Chairman of the Group”, was picked up by Hotel Online, Hotel Business and Hospitality Net.
Download this article as a PDF: The 13.3% Solution: of DINGs, NINGs, WINGs and Other ThINGs Wealthy taxpayers have now experienced the impact of higher federal and state income tax rates for a full year.1 Many have created or would like to create trusts for their children and grandchildren, which also could be subject to extraordinarily […]
Bob Braun’s article, “Let’s Clear the Air about Hotel Management Agreements,” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Hotel Online, Hospitality Net and ehotelier.com.
Jim Butler’s blog article, “Comcast and Liberty announce $1.2 billion Philadelphia skyscraper with new Four Seasons Hotel,” was picked up by Hotel Online and Hospitality Net.
Marty Orlick’s article, “Failure to provide an Ounce of ADA Compliance is worth a Pounding by the DOJ – What you can learn from the DOJ’s settlement agreement with Starwood and The Phoenician,” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Hotel Online and ehotelier.com.
Jim Butler’s piece, “Hotel Industry Outlook: Jim Butler’s Top 10 for 2014,” was published by Hotel Executive and Hospitality Net.
Mac McMurry’s article titled, “Nothing in State Politics is Simple,” which discusses California’s high-speed rail project, was published by the Daily Journal.
Effective January 1, 2014, amendments to the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”) require all commercial websites and online services that collect personally identifiable information (“PII”) to include additional disclosures in their privacy statements: how the operator responds to browser “Do Not Track” signals or other similar mechanisms; and whether other parties may collect PII […]