Hospitality Cases And Trends To Watch For The Rest Of 2018

By Joyce Hanson (August 24, 2018, 6:36 PM EDT) -- Hospitality lawyers are watching a number of significant cases and trends for the rest of 2018, with minimum wage legislation, resort fee disputes, the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, Americans with Disabilities Act suits and Marriott radius restrictions leading the pack in current or potential hotel and restaurant litigation.

Here are the cases and trends that hospitality attorneys tell Law360 they will have their eye on before the year is out.

Pressure on Minimum Wages

Minimum wages, the lowest worker wages permitted by law, are a top legislative issue for hotels, restaurants and other hospitality companies, especially in cities like...

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