Early registration for the 2010 Hospitality Law Conference ends January 11. Don’t miss the only program devoted exclusively to legal, safety and security issues impacting the hotel, restaurant, and travel industries. Register Now to take advantage of discounted rates!
The 2010 Conference will kick off on Wednesday, February 3, with a Pre-Conference Workshop and will feature the following sessions:
- Information Protection and Privacy, including Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards Workshop – including PCI compliance, forensic investigations, and data security
- Hospitality Real Estate Transactions Workshop – including workouts, special service providers and how recent economic events have affected the real estate industry.
- Hotel & Restaurant In-House Counsel Workshop – including bargaining with credit card companies, protecting proprietary data, unions, and antitrust issues
The Hospitality Law Conference will shift into full gear on Thursday, February 4, with breakout sessions on a host of relevant and timely topics:
- Lodging and Fundamentals of Hospitality Law – including management contracts, OTAs, taxation issues, and more
- Food & Beverage – including the tip credit, Truth in Menu, selling alcohol, and alcohol sponsorship issues
- Human Resources and Labor Relations – including wage and hour issues, sexual harassment, OSHA, and the Fair Labor Standards Act
- Loss Prevention & Risk Management – including bed bugs, insurance litigation, claims, and various liability issues
Don’t miss the Wine Tasting & Product Showcase on Thursday, February 4, to be eligible to win a $1,000 American Express gift card. Stay until the end of the conference to be eligible to win a $500 American Express gift card, which will be drawn during the Closing Remarks on Friday, February 5.
MCLE accreditation for up to 16.0 hours (including 1 hour of ethics) is available.
This program has been approved for 4 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.