The most successful hospitality companies are known for quality and consistency of service. We understand that long-term success is tied to service and are dedicated to delivering the same high level of service that our clients expect of their own organizations.
Local and regional operators of hotels and restaurants, as well as national industry leaders, rely on us to provide advice and representation on day-to-day operational, regulatory and strategic matters involving:
Our effectiveness in serving the legal and business needs of hotel and restaurant clients is greatly enhanced by the fact that our team includes veterans of the hospitality industry who have gained invaluable first-hand experience.
Members of our team have served in leadership roles in key industry associations, ensuring that we are up-to-date on emerging issues as well as regulatory developments that affect the hospitality industry.
Represented a national, family-style restaurant located in a shopping center to force the shopping center owner and nightclubs to abide by the easement.
Represented Premier Parks, an operator of theme parks, amusement parks and multi-use venues across the United States and Canada, in its sale of five water and amusement park properties to Six Flags Entertainment Corporation.
Secured the full insurance benefit for a hotel owner under the owner’s policy for the losses sustained during a fire, after the insurance carrier initially offered only a fraction of what the owner incurred.
Assisted Gaylord Opryland in obtaining liquor licensing for its four acre, $90 million dollar indoor luxury water park located at its Nashville hotel.
Advised Congress Group, a commercial real estate investment and development firm, in the negotiation of the construction agreement for the new Four Seasons Hotel in Nashville with AECOM HUNT.
Represented a commercial landlord in two separate breach of contract cases by a sophisticated client, where we prevailed on partial summary judgments in both cases, including the near-total elimination of the defendants’ counterclaims, narrowly limiting the issues at trial in each cases. The cases are ongoing.