Category Archive: Restaurant and Hospitality Law

Oct 24 2017

Can the Visually Impaired “See” Your Website? If Not – You May be Sued!

It seems odd that a company or business could be sued over its website not being able to be read by the visually-impaired, but more and more companies are facing lawsuits brought by the visually-impaired (and their lawyers of course)over such claims. Claims have also been brought by the hearing-impaired against companies with websites that …

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Aug 30 2015

Phil Ivey’s Defense: I Can Cheat Because Borgata Employs “Babes”

As I wrote about on this blog back in April 2014, The Borgata Casino in Atlantic City is suing poker superstar Phil Ivey for return of $9.6 Million he won at the baccarat table at the casino. The Borgata claims (and Phil generally admits) that Phil made certain demands involving a certain set of playing …

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Jan 17 2014

How a Small Business Can Lower and Control Legal Fees

At the risk of striking fear into the hearts of my fellow lawyers, I want to write about how businesses, particularly small and growing companies can lower and control their legal fees. While these tips are applicable to individuals and larger businesses, small businesses usually are the most affected by a sudden need to spend …

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Oct 23 2013

Conde Nast Ends Internship Program Over Lawsuits: Let the Blame Game Begin!

Condé Nast, the publishing giant, has decided to discontinue its vaunted internship program following a class-action lawsuit filed by two former interns saying that they were paid less than $1 dollar an hour, according to an article in Women’s Wear Daily yesterday. Back in June, Condé Nast, which owns and operates popular and influential magazines …

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