Proskauer Rose LLP joins Cornell Center for Hospitality Research as Partner

Travel News Asia Thursday, 18 January 2007

Proskauer Rose LLP has joined the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research as a partner. The new partnership joins two of the nations most distinguished hospitality-related organizations, both of which are dedicated to sharing information about innovation. One of the nations largest and oldest law firms with a significant practice in the hospitality industry, Proskauer Rose LLP provides services that include the areas of corporate, real estate, labor, litigation and dispute resolution, environmental, benefits, tax, bankruptcy, and intellectual property practices.

Joining the Centers Advisory Board will be Jeffrey A. Horwitz, co-chair of the firms Lodging and Gaming Practice. "We're honored by the opportunity to partner with the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research and to participate in the exchange of ideas concerning the global hospitality industry," said Horwitz. "By bringing together the academic community and key industry participants, the Center has contributed immensely in the decade since its founding to the free flow of information and insights concerning this rapidly evolving $4 trillion business. We look forward to contributing to this exciting conversation."

As co-chair of Proskauer Rose's Lodging & Gaming Practice, Jeff Horwitz has well over 20 years of legal innovation with the world's lodging and gaming industry leaders. Horwitz, who has been named one of the Best Lawyers in America for corporate, is a member of the City Bar of New York, where he chairs the Committee on Hotels, Restaurants, and Tourism, and is a director of The New York Hospitality Council.

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