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Premises Liability Defense Practice Group - Retail, Hospitality, Entertainment

In the United States, our economy is largely built upon the buying and selling of consumer goods and services. The companies that sell these goods and services include retailers, hotels and restaurants and clubs. In addition, these entities deal with a multitude of vendors to help them deliver what they are selling. Members of the Premises Liability Defense – Retail, Hospitality, Entertainment Liability practice group have active practices in these sectors.

Premises Liability - Retail, Hospitality, Entertainment Liability Resources

Social Media Discovery, the New Frontier Post Forman v. Henkin
Dealing With Homeless Persons At Grocery Stores
Post Las Vegas: The New Reality for Hotels When It Comes To Guest Privacy

A Survey of the Law of Dram Shop and Alcohol Liability – November 2017

Transferring Risk in Premises Liability – January 29, 2013

Presented By:

Bob Cooper, Esq. (Christian & Small LLP – Birmingham, AL)

Brad Nahrstadt, Esq. (Lipe Lyons Murphy Nahrstadt & Pontikis, Ltd. – Chicago, IL)

Frank Szilagyi, Esq. (Szilagyi & Daly – Hartford, CT)

Webinar Materials:

Liability for Criminal Acts of Employees – July 28, 2011

Presented By:

Carrie Meigs, Esq. (Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, L.L.P. – Raleigh, NC)

Webinar Materials:


Richard E. Spicer

ChairRichard E. Spicer (view profile)

414 Union Street
Suite 1700
Nashville, TN 37219
United States
Phone: 615.259.9080

James H. Whalen

Vice ChairJames H. Whalen (view profile)

230 West Monroe Street
Suite 2260
Chicago, IL 60606-4703
United States
Phone: 312.448.6230

Alan J. De Peters

CLE ChairAlan J. De Peters (view profile)

2 State Street
Suite 1000
Rochester, NY 14614
United States
Phone: 585.454.2181

John D. Dahlberg

Committee MemberJohn D. Dahlberg (view profile)

601 Montgomery Street
Suite 1900
San Francisco, CA 94111
United States
Phone: 415.277.2716

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