Legal Services

Hospitality

The lawyers at Archer, P.C. represent clients in the hospitality industry throughout the Delaware Valley region.   Representative clients include:

  • Hotel owners
  • Hotel and hospitality developers
  • Hotel management companies
  • Restaurant operators
  • Individuals and businesses in the goods and services industry

Legal Services for Hospitality Clients

Archer helps clients in the hospitality industry with a diverse range of legal issues including the purchase and sale of new property to grow their business, as well as equity and debt financing and securities that can provide the capital to grow and thrive.  Management and franchise agreements as well as restaurant  and rental leasing agreements can be important in the hotel and food service industries, and we regularly draft and review these agreements to protect clients’ legal interests. We also assist clients in structuring their organization in a manner that best protects their assets and insulates them from legal liability.

A Multi-Disciplinary Approach

If you are entering into a joint venture or launching new development or construction project, our hospitality, corporate, tax, litigation and real estate lawyers combine their collective talents to provide advice and guidance. Our multi-disciplinary approach provides clients with the legal support they need for any issue that may arise. If litigation is necessary, our New Jersey litigation attorneys work to resolve disputes quickly out of court of possible, but we also advocate aggressively if the case proceeds to trial.

Legal Assistance for the Hospitality Industry 

Individuals and businesses in the hospitality industry throughout New Jersey, Delaware and Philadelphia can benefit Archer’s comprehensive legal services. Contact one of our New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Delaware offices to discuss your matter.

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