What Would You Like To Ask a Hotel Lawyer?
By Jim Butler, Hotel Lawyer
Friday, 25th July 2008
If you could consult one of the world's top hotel lawyers, what would you ask? In this 4Hoteliers column, Jim Butler answers our readers' questions. 

Jim and his team will respond to your questions, queries or concerns in our 'Ask the Hotel Lawyer' column coming soon here and only at 4Hoteliers.com, the globe's leading hospitality, hotel & travel news portal.

Please submit your questions direct to Jim at jbutler@jmbm.com.

Check out the blog for a look at Jim's work. He and his team are available to answer your questions on a wide range of legal and business issues, including:

  • Hotel management agreements
  • Negotiating with brands
  • Buying and selling hotels
  • Hotel finance – debt and equity
  • International hotel investment
  • Hotel development in Asia
  • Hotel development in the Middle East
  • Green hotels
  • Condo hotels
  • Mixed use developments
  • Lifestyle hotels
  • Land use and entitlements
  • Restructuring, bankruptcy and workouts
  • Labour and employment issues
  • Disaster response
Email your question with your name, organization and email address.

For more than two decades, Jim and his team have represented developers, owners and lenders.

They are more than "just" great hotel lawyers. They are also hospitality consultants and business advisors. They are deal makers that are part of the very fabric Jim Butler and JMBM's Global Hospitality Group® are a team of 50 seasoned professionals with more than $50 billion hotel transactional experience, involving more than 1,000 properties located around the globe.

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