Opportunity zones come with complicated guidelines but also sizable advantages. Here’s what hotel investors and developers need to know.
Workplace retaliation claims have nearly tripled in frequency over the past decade and are one of the most difficult claims to defend against.
With more than 1,000 new accommodations available in Ireland on Airbnb's platform alone, the government is placing limits on how long spaces can be rented.
Hotel owners and managers alike need to be familiar with the rules and regulations that might affect them and their businesses.
Initiative 124 was determined by the court to have violated Seattle's "single subject" requirement, which restricts the passage of multiple…
Hotel bathrooms are fraught with accidents, but how a hotel handles issues before a guest's stay can be a factor in future litigation.
As the #MeToo movement enters its second year, a number of women leaders in the industry gathered to talk about how far they have come—and how far they still…
It is imperative that hoteliers self-audit for employment eligibility or risk a visit from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.
A Chicago woman claims a Hampton employee filmed her as she showered, then uploaded the video to the internet in an attempt to blackmail her.
The company said hackers accessed Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide’s reservation database starting in 2014 and continuing through this past September.