- Jim Goldberg
Beyond Attrition: Contract Clauses You and Your Clients Should Understand - Jim Goldberg
- Jim Goldberg
In this 2 hour seminar, James M. Goldberg, an attorney who specializes in hospitality industry law, will help hone your negotiating skills, provide insight into the true meaning of actual contract provisions offered by hotels, and offer practical advice on how to make hotel contracts more "planner-friendly."
James M. Goldberg is a principal in the Washington, DC law firm of Goldberg & Associates, PLLC.
practice focuses on the representation of trade associations and professional societies, as well as independent meeting and event planners and other providers of services to the association and event communities.
law practice, Mr. Goldberg
routinely reviews and negotiates client contracts with hotels, convention centers and other service providers.
estimates that he
reviews more than 200 such agreements each year.
A frequent writer and speaker on hospitality industry legal issues, Mr. Goldberg teaches a course on "Meeting and Exhibition Law and Ethics" at Northern Virginia Community College, as well as courses at the University of Georgia's Gwinnett Center.
has authored "The Meeting Planner's Legal Handbook," a widely distributed publication also used as a textbook for several universities.
During lunch, Jim Goldberg
will be speaking on the IRS
Form 990 for Section 501(c)(6) organizations, and about how this form increases disclosures to the IRS and shares more with the public.