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Category Archives: Hospitality Law

Considerations For Food Truck Operations

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Food trucks are a great way to start a small food business that can either grow to expand to additional food trucks or to a traditional brick and mortar restaurant at a later date. Once a business owner decides to operate a food truck, he should make sure he chooses something he knows from… Read More »

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Premises Liability Concerns For Florida Businesses

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When you own a restaurant, hotel, or guest house, one of your risk management concerns should be premises liability.  How much liability your business is exposed to as a result of an injury suffered by a guest could influence how much insurance your business secures, and can influence the policies and procedures you institute… Read More »

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Liability From Serving Alcohol

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Running a restaurant or bar is not always easy, even for people with years of experience.  There are multiple issues to juggle to ensure that your business stays afloat, the least of which is watching out for legal liability risks.  One area of liability that may not be anticipated by some businesses seeking to… Read More »

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