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Is There a Duty to Support the Damages Suffered as a Result of Managing the Pandemic?

There is no doubt that the management, by the public authorities, of the crisis sanitary has caused innumerable damages to the commercial sector (both owners and tenants).


Five Takeaways from the BBA Webinar on the State of Retail and Hospitality During COVID

On November 13th, the Boston Bar Association hosted Uncharted Territory: Challenges Facing Retail, Hospitality Sectors and their Landlords. Here are five takeaways from the webinar.


Slow Market for a Hotel Industry Reeling from Covid-19

With the travel and tourism industry still hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic and no vaccine or treatment on the immediate horizon, the pace of deals in the hotel space has slowed in recent months.


Hotels Without Children. It's A Trend, But Is It Legal?

In recent years, the number of hotels in Portugal that indicate on their websites, or on booking websites, that children are prohibited, is increasing. They promise little paradises to take a vacation, where you would not hear screaming children, whimpers and tantrums.


Supreme Court Affirms "Booking.com" Trademark

On June 30, 2020, The Supreme Court of the United States issued its opinion, holding that a mark consisting of a generic term combined with “.com” is not necessarily generic, and may be eligible for trademark protection.