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Most of you will recall Anthony ” Tony ” Marshall and his tireless work to assist the hotel industry in understanding the legal aspects of the business and ensuring guest safety. Due to his lasting impact, we honor Tony annually at The
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The “McDonald’s coffee lawsuit” made national headlines in 1992 after Stella Liebeck spilled scalding coffee in her lap while removing the lid and decided to sue the corporation for damages. Years later, perspective lends new angles to this often-mocked story.
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