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Mavericks determined to challenge the prevailing approach to management consulting, Alvarez & Marsal’s (A&M) founders helped pave the way for what became an industry: turnaround management, corporate restructuring and performance improvement for companies and stakeholders. Often compared to corporate doctors, the founders built a culture through the years – blending together a mix of operating managers, functional experts and consultants. The firm grew at a measured pace to maintain quality and increase A&M’s global reach and capabilities. Committed to its core values, A&M has since evolved from a boutique player to the premier independent global professional services firm with a reputation for providing leadership, problem-solving and value-creation to underperforming and robust companies across the industry spectrum. The firm today tackles wide ranging issues, with a focus on preserving and maximizing enterprise value.
Buchalter Nemer is a full-service business law firm that has been teaming with clients for six decades, providing legal counsel at all stages of their growth and evolution, and helping them meet the many legal challenges and decisions they face. Our clients are engaged in a diverse global economy governed by complex laws and regulations, and they trust us as advisers and business partners because we are involved in their world. They rely on our forward-thinking to help them resolve problems before they arise.
1000 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 1500 Los Angeles, California 90017-1730
Craig is a trial lawyer with 30 years of experience serving the needs of established companies, growing businesses and entrepreneurs in commercial, hospitality, employment, intellectual property and oil and gas litigation and other general business matters. Craig has a reputation for aggressively and successfully representing the interests of his clients. He has extensive trial experience in both state and federal courts, having handled hundreds of commercial and employment litigation matters, including business disputes, contracts, minority shareholder issues, partnership matters, non-compete agreements, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour claims, employment contracts, as well as hospitality-related cases and intellectual property and oil and gas litigation. In many instances, Craig also serves as outside General Counsel to many of his clients. Craig’s level of commitment and service to his clients is one of the primary reasons clients turn to him again and again when they need legal representation. Craig has become adept at applying his insights to his clients’ businesses and industry sectors to the specific case at hand, and each matter is handled according to his clients’ business goals to achieve their objectives. Practice Areas: Energy, Hospitality, Real Estate. Organizations:
500 N. Akard Street Dallas TX75201
The Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct is the only voluntary set of business principles travel and tour companies can implement to prevent child sex tourism and trafficking of children. In the United States, 300,000 American children are at risk for exploitation a year. Youth are strategically targeted and manipulated by pimps who use hotel rooms as venues to abuse children, knowing that systems are not in place to protect the victims. With the use of online classified ads, child trafficking is moving off the streets and behind the closed doors of local hotel rooms. In addition, children are often transported from city to city via U.S. owned airlines and buses. Air travel is also a primary means of transportation for child sex tourists– individuals who travel overseas to sexually exploit local children. Companies that are in the travel, tourism, hospitality, or conferencing/meeting sectors can do so much to end this scourge, including: Signing the Code of Conduct. When your company signs The Code it makes a commitment to do what it can to put an end to the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Hiring ECPAT-USA for training. No matter what industry you are in, we will train company staff to identify possible victims […]
30 Third Avenue, Suite 800A, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Concerned that the laws of your state are different than what it says in your handbook? HospitalityLawyer.com, in conjunction with the employment law firms across the nation, now offers a fast, cost-effective method of creating and maintaining a current Employee Handbook for your company.
2450 Louisiana Street Houston texas 77006
Ethics Suite is the first workplace misconduct, theft, and fraud reporting platform developed exclusively for the hospitality industry, with distinct, industry-wide reporting sites for the lodging and foodservice sectors: HotelEthics.com, RestaurantEthics.com and BarEthics.com. This is the first confidential, independent, and anonymous method designed for hospitality employees to report to their employer any conduct that may be unethical, illegal, or in violation of workplace policies or professional standards. These reports are accepted confidentially and shared with the business owner or their designated representative. Ethics Suite believes this is the most effective way for an organization to remain informed about conduct that may impact their business before it becomes costly and unmanageable. They also offer a complementary back-office system, MyEthicsSuite, that allows users to track each report, the actions taken in response, and final resolution. Founded by industry veterans who have investigated thousands of allegations in hotels, restaurants, bars, and casinos, Ethics Suite has seen first-hand the adverse impact this kind of misconduct can have on a business and its workforce. They believe that this reporting channel will help the industry form a united front against wrongdoing that will act as a powerful deterrent.
28150 N Alma School Rd, Suite 103-215 Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Employers often must take a stand: in court, with employees and unions, or with competitors. Fisher Phillips has the experience and resolve to back up management. That’s why some of the savviest employers come to the firm to handle their toughest labor and employment cases. Whether it’s a class action involving thousands of potential class members, a jury trial with exposure in the millions, or a union organizing effort or strike that could cripple a company, employers with their choice of employment lawyers choose Fisher Phillips to handle their most difficult and dangerous cases. We continuously look for ways to work more efficiently and better serve our clients. Our leadership is able to make decisions quickly to direct the necessary resources to a particular challenge. We are able to propose alternative fee arrangements that make sense and we use our broad database of experience to improve our processes. We Operate Globally As Well As Locally. We have 32 offices and we continue to expand, and we have attorneys admitted in just about every U.S. jurisdiction. We know the local courts and agencies where we practice. We also have the resources to work seamlessly across offices to handle the most complex problems. In […]
1075 Peachtree Street, NE Suite 3500