Bob Braun’s article, “Homeland Security Warns Against Threats to US Infrastructure” was republished by Hotel Online.
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 on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions. In a nutshell, the EEOC guidance asserts that an employer’s use of an […]
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 a pay scale for the position. Signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on October 12, 2017, AB 168 applies to employers of any size. […]
Jim Butler’s article “Resort Fee Litigation Advisory Group: How to Avoid Litigation on Resort Fees and Other Mandatory Hotel Charges” was republished by Hotel Online.
Martin Stratte wrote “Analyzing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Under CEQA: Why the Questions Left Unanswered by ‘Newhall Ranch’ Have Demonstrated the Need for an Update to the CEQA Guidelines” published in Environmental Law Section of California Lawyers Association—Environmental Law News in Fall 2017, Vol. 26, No. 2.
Jim Butler’s article, “Hotel developers can avoid common mistakes when using EB-5 financing,” was republished by HospitalityTrendz.com.
Bob Braun and Jim Butler’s article “Hotel Lawyer: Tips on Negotiating Your Annual Hotel Budget” was republished by Hotel Online.
Bob Braun’s article “It’s Budget Season. What are you doing about it?” was republished by Hospitality Net.
Jim Butler’s article “How to avoid litigation on Resort Fees and other mandatory hotel charges” was republished by Hospitality Net.
Jim Butler and Bob Braun’s article “Hotel Managers and Owners – Tips on Negotiating Your Annual Hotel Budget” was republished by Hotel News Resource.