For many, the essence of the Pacific Northwest is captured in a crisp sip of locally crafted IPA, a morning view of Mt. Hood from a hotel room, or the welcoming smile of a server ready to explain the difference between the Columbia Valley and the Columbia Gorge. Behind each of these experiences is a fascinating business thriving in a highly competitive and legally complex industry.
Hotels, restaurants, brewers, vintners, and businesses related to the arts, recreation, entertainment, and travel turn to the food, beverage, and hospitality attorneys and professionals at Landerholm, P.S. for guidance on how to develop, grow, and sustain dynamic companies.
From the idea phase through due diligence, expansions, and succession planning, hospitality industries face complicated legal problems associated with:
Entity formation and permitting
Real estate acquisition, zoning, and leasing
Licensing, trademarks, and branding
Corporate governance and taxation
Operating and distribution agreements
Labor and employment law
Privacy and cybersecurity
We recognize that hospitality businesses must continually deliver new experiences, and the experiences you create are an integral part of what makes the Pacific Northwest so wonderful. That’s why we apply our hospitality law experience to help you identify and make the most of every opportunity for success. Our goal is to provide a continuously updated roadmap for your ever-changing legal landscape. Whether this means brainstorming the upside and risks of your latest idea, structuring your hospitality business to maximize its legal benefits, or helping you meet your permit, licensing, and operational requirements, Landerholm’s hospitality law group stands prepared to contribute valuable insights and advice.