“I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
Latham, Shuker, Eden & Beaudine, LLP, as a hospitality lawyer group, provides significant counsel to one of the largest theme park developments in the world at “Universal Orlando Resort” and has also provided counsel to many of Universal’s affiliates. The Firm has acquired significant expertise in many matters relating to the theme park, resort and tourism industries. We have assisted in numerous entertainment and theme park developments as well as litigation of numerous patent, copyright and trademark cases within the industry. The Firm has also counseled “Hard Rock Cafes” on a number of its developments throughout the world as well as assisting “Planet Hollywood” with its corporate reorganization. Some of the other noteworthy areas of expertise are:
- Assisted numerous entertainment businesses in all phases of development and land use approvals
- Contracting, licensing, registration and protection of trademarks, patents and other intellectual property interests
- Represented “Universal” in the acquisition, master planning and development of over 2000 acres of theme and tourist related projects
- Specialized litigation concerning ad valorem taxation of theme park and entertainment properties.
- Numerous litigation over trademarks, patents and licenses agreements for theme park, tourism and entertainment uses
- Construction litigation for developments and expansion of theme park and entertainment properties
- Consulted in the development of thousands of hotel rooms and themed resort developments
- Negotiation of leases, business ventures and other agreements for tourism properties and themed development
Theme Park & Resort Attorneys & Hospitality Lawyer Group:
We represent clients in the Central Florida (FL) region, including Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, Fern Park, Altamonte Springs, Windermere, Casselberry, Ocoee, Longwood, Winter Springs, Apopka, Winter Garden, Oviedo, Lake Mary, Kissimmee, and Sanford.