Hospitality & Leisure
The hospitality and leisure sector remains highly competitive and depends on the availability of leisure time, disposable income and consumer confidence.
The sector is rapidly changing and increasingly engaging with the latest technology to satisfy their digitally active customers who expect to be able to interact with brands on a personalised and multichannel basis. Whether you are a sole trader setting up a new bar or a developer constructing a hotel, our lawyers can advise you. We help our clients to protect and enhance the value of their assets whether this is their reputation, brand, people or property.
Our clients have access to a fully integrated and sector-focused team advising on everything from corporate transactions, consumer and competition law, franchise and outsourcing operations (including hotel/restaurant management), commercial contracts, brand protection and licensing, data security, personal data and privacy issues, technology supplier arrangements, sponsorship agreements, website and promotional terms and conditions, litigation and all forms of alternative dispute resolution, employment law, tax matters and all property related issues.
Our diverse client base reaches across the sector and includes developers, investors, lenders, managers and owners involved with hotels, bars, restaurants, leisure complexes, golf clubs, spas, festivals, conferences and events and a variety of visitor attractions.