HMGT 2230 - Legal Aspects of Hospitality Administration(3)
Students are introduced to the American legal system and basic business law concepts as well as laws unique to the hospitality industry. Selected topics in contracts, torts, and hospitality law are discussed with emphasis on lodging and beverage laws. The case study approach is utilized to afford the student an appreciation of the legal duties of hospitality owners and operators in order to avoid or minimize legal liabilities and exposure.
[F,S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL in all areas of study to take this course.
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