HTM 3130
Hospitality Law & Ethics

Spring 2011

this is our textbook for the semester

Hotel, Restaurant and Travel Law: A Preventive Approach (7th Edition)
by Norman G. Cournoyer, Anthony G. Marshall, and Karen L. Morris
Welcome HTM 3130 Students!
  • We meet from 4:00 p.m. until 6:45 p.m. on Wednesdays in Martinetti 225.
Course Information
Class Outlines and Notes
Syllabus
 Weekly Schedule
 Case Evaluation Sheet
Blackboard Class Site
Resource Links
Researching Hospitality Cases
Vermont Judiciary Home Page
Vermont Statutes On-Line
Vermont Legal Materials
Web Site
HospitalityLawyer.com
Internet Law Library
Westlaw
FindLaw.com
GigaLaw.com
Legal Database
 Music Licensing
AHLA Regulatory Affairs Page
NRA Gov't and Legal Page
US Travel Association Gov't Affairs Page
Laughable Lawsuits (legal humor)
Free Legal Forms
Cyber Law
Week 1
  What is Law?
  Legal Fundamentals
Week 2
  Legal Procedures
  Civil Rights

Week 3
  Ethics Fundamentals
 
Views on Ethics
Week 4
  Contract Law
 
Overbooking
Week 5
  Overview of Negligence
  Negligence Doctrines

Week 6
     W i n t e r   B r e a k !!!
Week 7
  Duty Owed Inside
  Duty Owed Outside 
Week 8
  Guests and Other Patrons
 
Protecting Property / Bailment
Week 9
  Rights of Innkeepers
  Guests' Rights

Week 10
  Food Liability
 
Week 11
  Liquor Liability
 
Week 12
     S p r i n g   B r e a k !!!
Week 13
  Employment Law
  Sexual Harassment
Week 14
  Travel Law
 
Week 15
  Regulation and Licensing
 
Week 16
  Special Destinations Law
 
Course Wrap-up
Week 17
       Final Exam Time
       Wednesday, May 11th -- 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.


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