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Retail & Hospitality Services

Retail clients need a knowledgeable and experienced law firm with broad capabilities in virtually all areas of the law, with the size and skills necessary to respond rapidly to the challenges and opportunities of business.

Our attorneys provide a broad range of transactional and litigation services to our clients to address the myriad of legal issues that affect their businesses.

We provide the legal advice and business acumen retailers and hospitality service providers need to keep up with the changing legal environment. Our attorneys handle a variety of matters including those related to labor and employment, financial services, business agreements, intellectual property, real estate, compliance and regulatory services, and all aspects of litigation.

Roetzel represents a diverse range of retail and hospitality services clients such as restaurants, clothing retailers, home improvement retailers, drug store retailers, regional shopping malls, international specialty retailers, and retail property managers and developers. We have represented national retail chains in employment matters, served as counsel in the acquisition and development of retail properties, and provided counsel on eminent domain matters, land use, zoning, leasing, construction, and financing. We have represented a national auto parts store in a nationwide expansion and a major home improvement retailer with a number of legal matters, including litigation.

Our attorneys provide a broad range of transactional and litigation services to our clients to address the myriad of legal issues that affect their businesses. This includes our targeted expertise, a risk reduction approach, an effective defense and a clear strategy to manage, grow and protect our clients’ businesses.
 

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