Hospitality and leisure

If you are to succeed in the hospitality and leisure industry, it is essential that you protect your reputation and offer excellent customer care and service.

Your risk and liability can increase if you fail to comply with regulatory issues or health and safety requirements.

If you are relying on another business to deliver its products or services to you as part of your offering to a customer, you could be exposed if it is not clear who is responsible for what.

Legal advice for the hospitality and leisure industry

Whatever type of hospitality outlet you own or run, or you are obtaining services from elsewhere such as an events management operation, you will all face the same issues to a varying degree.

We can help you with:

  • Intellectual property rights and brand protection,
  • Drafting terms and conditions of sale of both goods and services to consumers, as well as business to business;
  • Drafting membership rules, hire agreements, franchise and concession agreements;
  • Website compliance and distance selling regulations;
  • Bank documentation in relation to loans, overdrafts and security
  • Buying and selling businesses;
  • HR and Employment law advice;
  • Property matters;
  • Disputes with third parties;
  • Regulatory advice in relation to health and safety and defend prosecutions;
  • Directors’ duties, insolvency and potential winding up.

How can we help you?

Choose Furley Page for advice on the hospitality sector

Our lawyers are experienced in advising businesses in the hospitality and leisure industry who supply goods and services primarily to consumers. We also advise on business to business situations so can easily help with supply chain issues.

We understand that businesses in this industry need to strike a balance between protecting their own risk and liability and offering clear, concise and easily accessible information to consumers.

Contact Susan Jennings for more information.

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