Hospitality Cases And Trends To Watch In 2019

Law360 (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- Hospitality lawyers have got their eyes on major cases and trends in the new year, with data privacy and cybersecurity, rising labor costs, joint-employer regulations and employee marijuana use standing out. Here’s what’s on tap for 2019.

Marriott Data Breach and the Owner-Operator Divide

Marriott has been slapped with dozens of lawsuits in the days following its Nov. 30 announcement of a major data security breach involving the Starwood guest reservation system, with the hotel giant admitting hackers had access to personal data from about 500 million guests who stayed at Starwood properties dating to 2014.

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