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2013 Hospitality Law Conference February 11-13, Houston TX

publication date: Jan 9, 2013
author/source: HospitalityLawyer.com

Early Registration is Open for the 2013 Hospitality Law Conference


Registration Now for the 2013 Hospitality Law Conference!

From development deals to management agreements, food and beverage liability to labor and employment, and claims management to anti-trust issues; the latest cases, trends and issues in hospitality law, risk, safety and security are up for exploration at the 11th Annual Hospitality Law Conference on February 11-13, 2013.

REGISTER TODAY to attend the longest-running conference that brings together hospitality industry executives and other thought leaders to break down silos and create cross-functional dialogues on the latest trends and most pressing issues in the hospitality field. Save $200 if you register before January 11, 2013. Group Rates are available.

Pre-Conference Workshops- February 11, 2013

Pre-Conference Workshops, including the Owner-Management Summit on February 11th, offers a full day of sessions in the following areas:

  • Owner-Management Summit
    • New Hotel Development
    • Management Agreements
    • Hotel Investment Boot Camp
  • Risk Management, Legal Compliance and Loss Prevention Workshop
  • Restaurant & Hotel Corporate Counsel Workshop

Hospitality Law Conference- February 12-13, 2-13

The Hospitality Law Conference, February 12th-13th includes General Sessions on the following topics:

  • Franchising
  • Hospitality Litigation Reviews
  • Hot Topics & Trends in Insurance Coverage
  • Mitigating Human Trafficking

Breakout Sessions include the following tracks:

  • Food & Beverage
  • Lodging
  • Human Resources & Labor Relations

Please visit our website at www.hospitalitylawconference.com for more information.

Register online or call us at 713-963-8800.

Register Now

Conference Coordinators and Sponsors: 

HospitalityLawyer.com's 2013 Hospitality Law Conference is presented in coordination with the General Counsel Committee of the AH&LA, the International Bar Association, the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, University of Houston Center for Consumer Law, STR, Best Western and the Loss Prevention Management Institute in memory of Ray Ellis.

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