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When under oath, hoteliers should make sure they—and especially whoever they are facing in court—stick to the truth.
Hotels with a history of crime can face legal consequences when they fail to protect guests from foreseeable harm.
When a hotel fails to make contractually agreed-upon changes, it opens itself up to legal consequences. Here’s one example of what can happen.
With cars, bicyclists and pedestrians coming and going through a hotel’s entrance area, there are plenty of opportunities for accidents—and lawsuits.
Hotel bathrooms are fraught with accidents, but how a hotel handles issues before a guest's stay can be a factor in future litigation.
Successfully filing an insurance claim is difficult by design, so don't make it more difficult by missing important details.
Ants in a hotel bathroom are a big no-no, but are they justification for a lawsuit?
Ever wonder what happens if you don’t pay those pesky but hopefully well-earned franchise fees? Take a look.