I was privileged to present a webinar for the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (Yesterday) on contracting with government agencies for use of hotels during the COVID-19 crisis. Here is a copy of the PowerPoint deck I used. Bob Lannan
As hotels shut down across the United States and the nation continues to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, some hotel owners and operators are making otherwise empty hotels available to government agencies for use in the fight against the outbreak. The City of New York is reportedly “putting healthcareContinue Reading
This January, Lannan Legal PLLC was certified by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as a Veteran-Owned Small Business. Robert W. Lannan served on active duty in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps from 1995 until 1999. He was a member of the Chief Counsel’s Military Honors Program at the Headquarters of the U.S.Continue Reading
Lannan Legal PLLC is proud to join ECPAT USA and over 20 travel-related companies in supporting the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Reauthorization Act. Here is our letter to Speaker Ryan in support of this bill.
There is an article in today’s Hotel News Now about service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act and emotional support animals under other laws. I published an article on the same subject in Restaurant Startup and Growth a few years ago.
Today, Hotel News Now posted this article about a panel discussion at last month’s ALIS Law conference.
Here is a short but informative article in that was published today by Hotel News Now, which discusses how some hotel companies are revisiting their “Do Not Disturb” policies after the shooting incident in Las Vegas last October. This semester, I am privileged to serve as a thesis adviser to a graduate student at Georgetown UniversityContinue Reading
It has been Lannan Legal’s privilege to work with ECPAT-USA to advise hotel companies on how to fight human trafficking activities in their properties. Click here for more information from ECPAT-USA on this important issue.
If you celebrate Christmas, have young children and live in the United States, chances are you have at least one Elf on the Shelf. My family now has two. The first of these came to us in 2011 and my children named him Elfie. The following year, they had second thoughts and decided to renameContinue Reading
On Friday November 10, I attended a Veterans’ Day reception at Georgetown University Law Center, honoring students and alumni who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. One of the speakers was CPT Ashley Nichols, a West Point graduate who served in Afghanistan as a U.S. Army Military Intelligence officer, and is now a 2L atContinue Reading