Frequently asked questions

HospitalityLawyer.com® is a worldwide network of attorneys that focus on hospitality, travel and tourism issues; a marketing conduit for suppliers of legal, safety and security solutions to reach hospitality developers and operators in need of those solutions; we mitigate critical incidents, injuries, litigation and liability within the hospitality industry, in the U.S. and abroad by facilitating the creation, collection, and dissemination of legal, safety and security information, products and services.

You can learn more about who we are and what we offer here.

This is not our only event. 

We produce The Hospitality Law Conference: Houston in the spring as well as The Hospitality Law Conference: Washington D.C. in the fall. We also have virtual seminars throughout the entire year. 

Our conference is unique in that we offer complimentary registration to corporate counsel, human resource professionals, risk managers, compliance officers, claims managers, and other c-suite executives. You can register for free here.

Registration is also open to private lawyers at $695. If you are a private lawyer looking to register you can do so here. 

Every registration includes access to the conference, reception, post-conference materials, and access to all of our libraries and resources on hospitalitylawyer.com. 

If you are interested in sponsoring any of our events, please contact Taylor Woljevach, Director of Sales & Marketing at taylorw@hospitalitylawyer.com.

We have yearly sponsorship packages that cover the entire year, as well as a la carte options. 

If you are interested in speaking at one of our events, please reach out to Marilyn Faz, Event Coordinator and Marketing Manager, at marilyn@hospitalitylawyer.com.

At this time HospitalityLawyer.com® will require proof of vaccination OR a pre-entry negative COVID-19 test result to enter the country club and the conference. We are continuing to follow CDC guidance and if this changes we will update this information.

You can view the agenda here.

We continually update the agenda as new topics are added. 

The standard dress code for our conferences is business casual. We always recommend bringing a sweater or light jacket, as the event rooms can become chilly. 

Questions on Attending or Speaking?
marilyn@hospitalitylawyer.com
Questions on Sponsoring?
taylorw@hospitalitylawyer.com

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