Our clients represent a broad cross-section of the hospitality and leisure community, including owners, funders, investors, developers, operators and managers.
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Drawing on our many decades of top level experience, specialists from across our practice areas provide support and pragmatic business solutions to the challenge and issues that they face.
We have acted on and supported our clients in relation to projects on all sides of the hospitality and leisure industry and on deals across a large number of jurisdictions. We advise across the spectrum of hospitality and leisure businesses, including hotels, clubs, food service, gyms, gaming, pubs and restaurants. As a result, our team has, over many decades, developed an in-depth understanding of the motivation that drives industry players like you and the dynamics affecting the sector and leisure-related transactions.
Our experience encompasses a broad range of transactions, from single asset hotel deals, development and resort projects through to multiple asset portfolio transactions. We regularly advise and negotiate management agreements, leases, and franchise agreements as well as related funding, technical support, facilities outsourcing, brand licensing and non-disturbance arrangements. We also have considerable experience in providing advice and representation in relation to alcohol and entertainment licensing.
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News / Covid-19: Retail Sector
23-03-2020 / Hospitality & Leisure
1) Can we use the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme in order to temporarily close some stores? Almost certainly yes. The scheme is expressly stated to benefit employees “who would otherwise have been laid off”. In employment law terms, a lay off is a temporary suspension of all work. The scheme describes recipients of this benefit as ‘furloughed workers’. Furlough is a word, hitherto largely fallen into disuse in the UK, but still commonly used in the United States, that means leave of absence.
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