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Ashford Hospitality Trust recently completed a trio of high-profile deals — a buy, a sale and a refinancing — and Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP helped the real estate investment trust navigate a complex set of zoning, ground lease, condominium and timing issues in guiding the deals to the finish line.
A partner in Gringos Locos, a taco restaurant with multiple locations in Central Florida, has sued two business partners in Florida state court, accusing them of trying to wrongfully deprive him of his ownership interest as the company expands.
A Third Circuit panel on Friday largely affirmed a U.S. Tax Court decision that the primary shareholder in a company that owned most of Russia’s Pizza Huts and KFCs could be taxed on stock he bought from a minority shareholder, saying the primary shareholder must accept the "consequences of his business decisions."
The Comanche Nation of Oklahoma sued the U.S. Department of the Interior on Thursday in a bid to void a recent trust acquisition for the benefit of the Chickasaw Nation, saying the government didn’t adhere to longstanding jurisdictional requirements for taking land into trust for tribes.
A Bob Evans restaurant discriminated against a pregnant server when it took her off its automatic scheduling system and cut her hours despite her desire to keep working, a Pennsylvania federal judge said Thursday in a rare partial summary judgment order for a plaintiff, here the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.