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Hospitality Legal Services at the Law Offices of Pullano & Farow


To meet the unique challenges of the hospitality space, our legal team applies knowledge from each corner of the industry . Our multidisciplinary hospitality legal group brings together our Corporate, Labor & Employment, Real Estate, and Construction & Land Development Practice Groups. The result is a comprehensive team that understands your business, inside and out. 

At Pullano & Farrow, we recognize that customer service and satisfaction are crucial to your business. We stand with you as your business partner to ensure you reach your goals of providing the best service to your clients. Our attorneys are able and ready to counsel on franchising, intellectual property, zoning and land use, tax structuring, construction contracts, operating agreements, and liquor licensing. And if litigation is required, our litigators are prepared to represent our clients zealously.  

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We provide a full spectrum of Hospitality legal services, regularly offering counsel in areas including, but not limited to:  

  • Liquor Licensing

  • Franchising

  • Entity Formation

  • Corporate Governance

  • Contract Drafting, Review, and Negotiation

  • Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Privacy Laws & Regulations

  • Private Equity & Venture Capital

  • Financing and Capital Market Transactions

  • Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Certification & Contracts

  • Service-disabled, Veteran-owned, Small Business Certification & Contracts

  • Copyright, Trademark, Registration, and Disputes

  • Closely Held Businesses and Private Companies

  • Zoning & Land Use

  • Commercial Real Estate


Who We Work With

Pullano & Farrow’s Hospitality group provides a comprehensive range of legal services for owners, suppliers, developers, and operators to a variety of clients within the hospitality industry including the following: 

  • Restaurants

  • Bars

  • Convenience Stores

  • Hotels

  • Casinos

  • Country Clubs

  • Golf Clubs

  • C-7's and Related Entities 

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