FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Seattle, WA (October 31, 2012). The Washington Lodging Association (WLA) released the newly-completed Third Edition of the Washington State Hospitality Law Manual at the WLA’s annual convention this month. The 274-page manual contains 28 chapters that cover a comprehensive range of legal and business topics impacting hotels and hotel operations.
The Manual’s Editor-in-Chief and principal contributor is Irvin Sandman of Sandman Savrann PLLC. The completion of the Manual was also assisted by an editorial board Irv formed, composed of six associate editors and contributors from five law firms.
The new Manual is provided to WLA members as a benefit of membership in the association. Sandman Savrann will also provide copies to its clients upon their request.
The WLA published the Manual’s previous edition in 1999. Because much has changed since 1999, both in the law and in how business is conducted, the new Third Edition is a major revision of the Manual. It adds new cases and authorities and analyzes many changes in the law. New sections and chapters include topics such as:
A chapter on hotel ownership matters was also added to give hotel managers an overview of the underlying structural and contractual context within which they operate and are judged.
Irvin W. Sandman, Sandman Savrann PLLC, 206-686-0802, email@example.com
Jan Simon, Washington Lodging Association, (206) 306-1001, firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Washington Lodging Association (WLA), the state’s only non-profit trade and professional association dedicated to the interests and improvements of Washington’s lodging industry, has championed success for the industry since 1920. Serving owners and operators of properties large and small across Washington – flagged, independent, boutique and historic – WLA serves as the voice of Washington lodging; improves the industry’s business climate; delivers resources, programs and expertise to members; advances the industry with education and networking opportunities; advocates against unfavorable bills and regulation and for sensible laws and rules; and promotes tourism, increasing visits to our state and our members’ properties. Visit www.walodging.org.