Find Lawyers in Australia for Hospitality and Tourism Law
Darrell is a Partner and leads the firm’s Dispute Resolution practice. His expertise includes advising on property-related litigation including resumptions, contractual disputes, negligence claims, product liability litigation, class actions, insider trading and other claims brought by ASIC for statutory breaches and Royal Commissions. He offers a particular expertise in liquor licensing and gaming regulation and represents major participants in the leisure, sport and entertainment sect...
Tracey is a Partner in our Property practice. Tracey is an expert in the area of large mixed-use projects and leads the end to end advice provided across large hospitality, mixed use, residential and commercial property developments. She also has a special interest in senior living, retirement living, aged care projects and manufactured homes and advises a number of high profile developers and operators in these sectors on their commercial property needs. Tracey is a member of Australian Coll...
Curt Schatz is the Managing Partner of Mullins Lawyers and leads the Property and Hospitality Practice. Appointed as Managing Partner in 2015, Curt has more than 30 years of experience in Property, Liquor and Gaming law. His extensive experience working with clients in the hospitality industry and building long standing relationships has led to Curt being recognised as a leader in this industry. He advises pub, club, nightclub, restaurant, resort and accommodation venue owners and operators o...
Hospitality and Tourism Law Definition
These laws address the rights, privileges, obligations and duties of a wide variety of individuals, businesses, and entities. The common thread which brings this disparate group together is the fact that they are all associated with or involved in eating, drinking, travelling, entertainment, and accommodation activities.
Some of the applicable laws are, however, specific to hospitality and tourism. For example, the law regulating selling and supplying of liquor. Such law in effect is codified in legislation which clearly sets out the different types of licences required to sell liquor, the tests for obtaining a licence, the rights and duties of licensees, and the offences and penalties imposed for breaches. The liquor industry is heavily regulated and controlled with its own specific legislation. Liquor licensing law is very technical and a specialist area of practice.
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