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From development deals to management agreements, from food and beverage liability to labor and employment, and from claims management to anti-trust issues, the latest cases, trends and challenges in compliance, finance, law, risk, safety, and security are up for exploration at the 14th Annual Hospitality Law Conference, February 22-24, 2016.
The Owner Management Summit, co-located with the Hospitality Law Conference, intersects legal, finance and technology and includes sessions on: who owns the data, who is responsible for the data, development and unwinding management contracts.
The Hospitality Insurance and Loss Prevention Summit, co-located with the Hospitality Law Conference, includes sessions on risk management, the top claims in 2015, and worker's compensation.
Hotel and Restaurant Corporate Counsel have several opportunities to meet with their peers in facilitated conversations to explore common challenges, solutions and law department management.
Also featured during the Hospitality Law Conference are break-out sessions and roundtables in Food & Beverage, Lodging, and Human Resources & Labor Relations.
Every February, at the Annual Hospitality Law Conference, HospitalityLawyer.com recognizes two outstanding industry leaders with the Anthony G. Marshall Hospitality Law Award and the Thomas G. Davis Loss Prevention Lifetime Achievement Award.To nominate an individual for the Anthony G. Marshall Hospitality Law Lifetime Achievement Award, please click HERE. To nominate an individual for the Thomas G. Davis Loss Prevention Lifetime Achievement Award, please click HERE.
The HLC offers Continuing Education credits in CLE, HRCI, ARPM, CPDM, CCMP & CPE fields. We are seeking up to 20.0 hours (1 hour of ethics) of MCLE accreditation for U.S. attorneys. Courses presented at the Hospitality Law Conference, have also been pre-approved as educational credits toward the renewal requirements of the Certified Hospitality Accountant Executive (CHAE), and/or the Certified Hospitality Technology Professional (CHTP). Both the CHAE and CHTP are professional certification programs offered by Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP). Visit www.hftp.org/certification to learn more. Please call (713) 963-8800 for questions pertaining to the number of credit hours granted in each field two to three weeks prior to the program.
Foster your existing industry relationships and diversify your network by attending the Hospitality Law Conference – the longest-running conference of its kind. Engaging events such as wine tastings, cocktail receptions, and informative luncheons converge more than 300 hotel and restaurant thought leaders, attorneys, and vendors to foster networking and relationship building. For more information please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org