Structuring Liquor License and Other Permit Clauses in Hotel Purchase and Sale Agreements
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will cover the negotiation and structure of permit and license clauses in hotel purchase sale agreements, with an emphasis on liquor licenses. Our panel will discuss pitfalls in drafting and high priority considerations for practitioners addressing the transfer of liquor licenses and permits as part of a hotel’s change in ownership.
- Overview of hotel PSAs
- Permit and license clauses
- Crucial terms
- Interplay with other contract provisions
- Timing issues
- Regulatory considerations
- Jurisdictional considerations
The panel will review these and other high priority issues:
- How can counsel use permit and license clauses to avoid potentially deal-killing errors and delays?
- What impact does the hotel management agreement have on the terms of permit and license clauses?
- What are the red flags for counsel in discussions with clients regarding licenses and permits? What steps can counsel take to resolve those issues efficiently?
Daniel G.M. Marre
Mr. Marre's practice focuses on real estate transactions and development, with an emphasis on the hotel... | Read More
Mr. Marre's practice focuses on real estate transactions and development, with an emphasis on the hotel industry. He has significant experience with transactions affecting commercial property, including acquisitions, dispositions, construction, development, financing and leasing.Close
Michael Brill Newman
Holland & Knight
Mr. Newman is a partner in Holland & Knight's San Francisco office and head of the firm's Alcohol Beverage... | Read More
Mr. Newman is a partner in Holland & Knight's San Francisco office and head of the firm's Alcohol Beverage Team. He focuses on counseling alcohol beverage and hospitality industry clients on national and international regulatory, contract, legislative and licensing matters, advertising and promotional law, importation matters, trade practices, and inter-tier relations. Mr. Newman represents clients before the federal Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau, the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control and State Board of Equalization, and other state alcohol beverage agencies throughout the United States.Close