The Termination of Hotel Management Agreements: Part II

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Pryor Cashman Partner Todd E. Soloway, Chairman of the firm’s Real Estate Litigation Group, Partner Joshua D. Bernstein and Associate Jared D. Newman, also members of the firm’s Real Estate Litigation Group, have authored an article entitled “The Termination of Hotel Management Agreements: Part II” which appeared in the April 17, 2013 edition of the New York Law Journal.

As a follow up to their April 18, 2012 New York Law Journal article, “The Termination of Hotel Management Agreements,” and on the heels of their appellate victory in Marriott International v. Eden Roc , LLLP, the authors further examine the undeniable claim that hotel management agreements are terminable by the hotel owner notwithstanding that there may be decades remaining on the term of the contract and even the absence of any default.

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