Hotels and Leisure

Hospitality and leisure is a highly competitive multibillion-dollar global industry where in order to thrive, companies must face and adapt to the fast paced consumer trends, the dynamic economic conditions and the rise of new technologies on the market.

The industry itself is very complex and requires a strategic approach with hands-on legal experience. To be successful, leisure companies rarely deliver just one service, instead they prefer to develop a diverse portfolio who varies from cruises services, gaming, lodging, marinas, sports facilities and teams, travel and tourism, etc.

Our expertise extends to all above services, allowing us to fully understand the sector and to provide our clients meaningful in-market insights. We examine the hotels and leisure industry from a global perspective, as we are keenly aware of the multitude of issues our clients risk facing while being involved in cross-border and multi-jurisdiction businesses.

Whether our clients are hotel representatives, investors, lenders, owners or operators, we provide them value-added guidance and outstanding corporate crime defense services. In the event of a dispute, we will manage the litigation from the beginning to the end, ensuring our partners the best outcome.

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