Hotel Lawyer Jeffrey T. Myers Joins JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group®
May 14, 2018 12:23pm
By Jim Butler and the Global Hospitality Group®
Hotel Lawyers | Authors of www.HotelLawBlog.com
07 May 2018
LOS ANGELES—Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM) is pleased to announce that hospitality lawyer Jeffrey T. Myers has joined the Firm as a Partner in JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group® and Real Estate Department.
Myers’ practice focuses on the development, financing, acquisition, and operation of hotels, resorts and other hospitality properties. His clients include developers, capital providers, commercial lessors, and tenants. He has assisted clients in a full range of hospitality projects including hotels, resorts, casinos, restaurants, nightclubs, condo hotels, and mixed-use properties.
“We are thrilled to have Jeff join our team. He is a talented lawyer who further strengthens our capabilities and brings natural synergies to our group,” said Jim Butler, Chair of JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group. “Now Jeff can offer his clients assistance with important specialties such as ADA defense, cybersecurity, labor & employment (including union contract negotiations and union avoidance), land use, and litigation.”
Myers’ experience includes representing a national developer in the negotiation of a series of agreements for the development, management and licensing of a to-be-developed ultraluxury resort and spa in the Papagayo Peninsula region of Costa Rica; representing one of the largest hospitality REITs in the country from its inception through the acquisition, financing and management of a $1 billion portfolio of hotel assets; representing a major institutional developer in its collection of celebrity-chef curated restaurants for the Hudson Yards project in New York; and representing a sovereign investment company in connection with its investment and ownership of the largest privately funded mixed-use development in U.S. history, including all casino and gaming related structuring and licensing, and the negotiation of management and development agreements for each of the hotel and casino components.
“This created a unique opportunity to give my clients access to the experience, expertise and considerable bench strength of JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group,” said Myers. “JMBM’s hospitality team is known throughout the world and their lawyers have a virtually endless rolodex within the hospitality industry. I am excited to join such a remarkable team of professionals.”
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A team of seasoned professionals – with more than $71 billion of hotel transactional experience, involving more than 3,800 properties located around the globe – JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group are more than just great hotel lawyers. They are also hospitality consultants and business advisors. They are deal makers. They help clients identify key business goals, assemble the right team, strategize the right approach to optimize value and then get the deal done. The Group’s commitment to the hospitality industry includes hosting the annual Meet the Money® – National Hotel Finance & Investment Conference, and publishing the Hotel Law Blog. For more information see HotelLawyer.com.
Contact: Jim Butler
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