ALIS Law Program

The program and its topics were developed with the help of the Program Planning Committee, representing legal leaders from the hotel and lodging industry. ALIS Law was approved for 8.50 MCLE credit hours in the State of California.




Thank you to the 2022 ALIS Law Program Planning Committee

Monica Bernstein, Crestline Hotels & Resorts
Kevin Carey, AHLA
Alyssa Barnes, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
Isabelle Claver Dengra, PwC
Bruce Cox, AHIA
Margaret Egan, Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Kevin Gallagher, Host Hotels & Resorts
Dean Heyl, AAHOA
Dorothy Ingalls, Marriott International
Taylor Kessel, Xenia Hotels & Resorts
David Klein, Sunstone Hotel Investors
Dana Kravetz, Michelman & Robinson LLP
Tricia Mahlstedt, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC
Jordan McCarthy, Perkins Coie LLP
Judith Miles, KHP Capital Partners
Greg Moundas, Aimbridge Hospitality
John Murino, Crowell & Moring LLP
Matthew Rash, Apple Hospitality REIT
Ama Romaine, G6 Hospitality
Michelle Russo, Hotel Asset Value Enhancement Inc. (hotelAVE)
Chirag Shah, AHLA
Dave Sherwyn, Cornell University
Chad Sorensen, HAMA
Alan Tantleff, FTI Consulting
Simon Turner, Alpha Lodging Partners
Nancy Vu, Park Hotels & Resorts
Cynthia Warren, Pyramid Hotel Group
Simone Wu, Choice Hotels International

MCLE Credit

ALIS Law was approved for 8.50 MCLE credit hours in the State of California. Attorneys in attendance may be eligible to receive MCLE credit through reciprocity or attorney self-submission in other states, and ALIS Law will help provide the details needed to apply. Please contact your state bar or licensing authority to verify the requirements and process to apply. In order for ALIS Law to have record of your attendance on file, please make sure you sign-in at the start of each session. An official record of attendance form will be available on a table outside each session room.

GC2 – Great Chow with General Counsel

Back by popular demand, ALIS Law delegates will be invited to participate in a unique, networking dining experience.