Under the ALIS umbrella, ALIS Law focuses on current legal matters of interest to hotel owners and operators. While the Americas Lodging Investment Summit (ALIS) conference discusses the issues and opportunities related to buying, selling, and building hotels, ALIS Law focuses on the “day after” the deal closes and the many legal issues owners and operators face.
The 8th annual ALIS Law conference was held January 23-24, 2022 at the Courtyard/Residence Inn Los Angeles L.A. LIVE. Attendees included general counsel teams of hotel ownership companies, management companies, and brands, as well as law firms that advise hoteliers.
ALIS Law was approved for 7.75 MCLE Credit Hours in the State of California in 2022. 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.
The AHLA Foundation, the charitable giving arm of the American Hotel & Lodging Association, is dedicated to helping people build careers, improve their lives and strengthen the lodging industry. We are committed to elevating, educating, and empowering individuals and the public on the industry’s story of opportunity and advancement. Since its founding in 1953, the Foundation has distributed over $27 million in support of the industry and is committed to ensuring a strong and viable workforce for the entire lodging industry. The Foundation is funded solely by contributions from generous individuals and companies who want to give back to the hotel industry and ensure a successful future. Learn more at www.ahlafoundation.org/.
as of October 2021