Ousted Hotel Operators Won't Take It Lying Down

Law360, New York (September 26, 2013, 4:49 PM ET) -- Last year, in the wake of Fairmont v. Turnberry and M Waikiki LLC v. Marriott Hotel Services, the hospitality industry was abuzz about the dramatic ousters of the hotel operators by the hotel owners underlying such cases. The sensational events described had even nonlawyers reading the cases.

A debate raged about whether a hotel owner should have the power to terminate a hotel management agreement at will, without notice or cause, and the effect such power would have on the hospitality industry, where the revenue streams...
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