Please join us virtually on October 25, 2022 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET for “Confronting The New SEC Climate Disclosure Rule,” a Georgetown Law Hotel & Lodging Legal Summit Webinar.  SEC Commissioner Mark T. Uyeda and a panel of the nation’s leading environmental, securities, and governance attorneys will address the SEC’s new rule on “The Enhancement and Standardization of
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Bruce E. Parmley, Senior Counsel with Lannan Legal PLLC and the Principal of Parmley Legal PLLC, has been recognized by Chambers and Partners as a Senior Statesperson in its rankings of U.S.-based attorneys who support the Leisure & Hospitality Industry. Bruce is the only attorney in this segment to whom Chambers awarded this distinction. Here
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It is again my honor to co-chair Georgetown University Law Center’s Hotel and Lodging Legal Summit. This year’s conference will be entirely on-line, October 21-23, and will focus on legal challenges presented by COVID-19. Georgetown Law has made significant adjustments to pricing to make this year’s conference financially accessible. Notably, past attendees who have been
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Congratulations to my friend Mike Parent on the commencement of his new consulting business.  Mike is a seasoned hospitality sales and marketing expert, with experience at senior management levels with Potomac Hotel Group TAJ International Hotels, Choice Hotels International and Coakley & Williams Hotel Management Company.  For more information visit MikeParent.com. 

Today I was privileged to present a webinar for the Asian American Hotel Owners Association on minimizing lost cash inflow during the COVID-19 crisis.  This is the second of two webinars on reorganization strategies to improve cash flow.  Here is a copy of the PowerPoint deck from today’s webinar. Bob Lannan

An essential part of any strategy to save a distressed business is minimizing outflow of cash. This is done by eliminating unnecessary expenditures, restructuring debts, and modifying the terms of the struggling business’ agreements with providers of essential goods and services. The COVID-19 crisis has been devastating to most hospitality businesses.  Bob Lannan has written
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