Jim Butler’s blog article, “Warning for hotel investors considering golf courses: Golf courses are different! They have different risks and require different skill sets,” was picked up by Hotel Online, Hospitality Net and ehotelier.com.
Jim Butler’s blog article titled, “Hotel Lawyer: Surge of activity creates new management agreement opportunities,” was picked up by Hospitality Net and ehotelier.com.
Jim Butler’s blog article, “Hotel Lawyer: Surge of activity creates new management agreement opportunities,” was picked up by Hotel Online.
Brad Cohen co-wrote the article that appeared in the Los Angeles Lawyer magazine titled “Tax and Estate Guidance for California Same-Sex Couples Post-Windsor.”
Travis Gemoets’s blog article titled, “Change in IRS Rules on ‘Automatic Tipping’ Raises a Red Flag for Hotels & Restaurants”, was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Hotel Online, Hospitality Net, ehotelier.com and Hotel News Resource.
Marty Orlick’s article titled, “Pool Lifts Update: Numerous lawsuits have been filed against hotel owners in California – Compliance and prevention surveys remain critical!” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Hotel News Resource and Hotel Online.
This article was original published in the Orange County Business Journal’s Healthcare Supplement on October 28, 2013. Download the PDF: Orange County Business Journal: What to do if regulators come knocking? What should you do if regulators knock on the door to your healthcare facility to execute a search warrant or administrative warrant? Healthcare executives […]
This article was published by the Bloomberg BNA Corporate Governance Report. Download the PDF: Cyber Risk and the Board of Directors – Closing the Gap The responsibility of corporate directors to address cyber security is commanding more attention and is obviously a significant issue. Yet here is how one writer entitled her Forbes article about […]
On September 26, 2013, the California Secretary of State allowed proponents of a new ballot proposition to collect signatures for the “Personal Privacy Protection Act.” The Act, if approved, would radically change the privacy landscape in California by adding new provisions to the California Constitution. Most importantly, the Act (1) requires all “legal persons” that […]
Jim Butler’s blog article titled, “Rob Koger — putting the whole story into perspective,” was picked up by Hotel Online.