Category Archives: Hospitality

May An Amusement, Golf Course or Recreational Facility be Held Negligent When Customers Are Harmed For Injuries Occurring Upon Such Facility?”

Negligence is the failure to use ordinary care.  In order for a person to recover …

Posted in Blog, Hospitality |

Are You Protecting Guest Privacy, Safety and Security?

We have all heard about the jury’s award in a breach of privacy action against …

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Evan C. Pappas Joins Tucker Arensberg in Harrisburg

Tucker Arensberg, P.C. is pleased to announce that Evan C. Pappas has joined the firm …

Posted in Hospitality, Intellectual Property, News |

Kenneth J. McDermott Joins Tucker Arensberg in Harrisburg

The law firm of Tucker Arensberg, P.C. is pleased to announce that Kenneth J. McDermott …

Posted in Hospitality, News |

A Signed Declaration Of Age Card Is Not The Only Defense To Prosecution For Selling Alcoholic Beverages To A Minor

The verification process of having purchasers complete a declaration of age card is overly burdensome …

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The Drive-by Plaintiff in the Hospitality Industry

July 26, 2015, marked the 25th anniversary of Title III of the ADA (“Title III”).  …

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Franchise Transfers

Most Hotels operate under a Franchise Agreement.  Franchise agreements, including those in the hospitality industry, …

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May an Innkeeper Legally Limit the Age for Accepting Children as Guests?

The Pennsylvania Innkeepers’ Rights Act (“Act”), effective December 30, 1996, allows Innkeepers to deny, without …

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The IRS Rules On When A Tip Not A Tip

  Enforcement of a new IRS ruling is coming soon.  More than a year ago, …

Posted in Hospitality, Labor & Employment |