Catering law

Doing business in the hospitality industry, which includes hotels, restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, night clubs, and the organisation of events and festivals, involves the interaction of many areas of law. These include tenancy law, administrative law, corporate law, civil law (liability) and employment law. For this reason, Blenheim has a hospitality desk to assist you.

Lawyers specialised in events and hospitality

The hospitality industry demands maximum effort from entrepreneurs and their staff on a day to day basis. Blenheim’s specialists are happy to make a legal contribution to these daily achievements. We are happy to provide input in the organisation of large events, help entrepreneurs with personnel matters, assist with the buying out of neighbours or facilitate the sale of the company. Our specialised lawyers assist and advise hotel and catering business owners, event organisers, facility service providers and leisure and recreation companies in their business operations. Within all facets of your business operations, the team at the hospitality desk is effective and efficient.

Taking the burden away from hospitality entrepreneurs

Our lawyers are there to take away your concerns about any difficult issues that may arise and solve them for you. These include issues surrounding personnel, contracts with suppliers, permits, leases and legal proceedings. Our clients can expect us to provide prompt, clear advice and work in a solution-oriented manner. This means that you can continue to do business as usual. We like to think along with you and advise proactively to avoid you being left with any surprises. We do so at competitive rates and with clear agreements in place. We are available 24/7 for telephone consultations on a wide range of questions that arise and require brief advice. For a fixed monthly fee, you can call our lawyers with unlimited questions.

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