The hospitality industry is one of the largest, most vibrant and economically active sectors in the world. In every aspect of large-scale economic activity comes a cloud of legal issues. In an attempt to serve the mass public with lodging, food, beverages and other business-related services, the hospitality industry commonly faces challenges from strict regulations. These challenges encompass every kind of liability from liquor liability, to premises liability, foodborne liability and illness prevention, labor employment litigation and licensing issues, and even contract disputes between partnerships. Today, more than ever business must be accomplished in an honorable and professional manner. At Rajan and Rajan, LLP., we focus on helping our partners with their national and international clientele through the many hotels, motels, restaurants, and other event venues by navigating the fine details associated with large scale business.

Rajan Legal PC provides comprehensive legal counsel to clients from around the world. We keep in mind our clients’ goals and objectives, whether the client is a developer, owner/operator, or financial institution.

Transactions have ranged from partnerships and management agreements to multimillion dollar acquisition contracts. We have represented clients throughout the United States in acquiring, financing, and selling branded and unbranded properties.

The Rajan & Rajan Hospitality experience and services include:

  • Asset Management
  • Financing including Traditional Loans, Bridge Financing, CMBS and Hard Money Lending
  • Franchising
  • Litigation
  • Management and Operations
  • Negotiation of Franchise Agreements
  • Sales and Purchases

If you are entering into a joint venture or launching a new development or construction project, our hospitality, corporate, litigation and real estate lawyers combine their collective talents to provide advice and guidance. We also assist clients in structuring their organization in a manner that best protects their assets and insulates them from legal liability.