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Current Hot Legal Issues Impacting the Tourism & Hospitality Industry

March 4, 2013 Blacksburg, VA / Sponsored by Hospitality and Tourism Management Department at Virginia Tech

On March 4, 2013, Gentry Locke partner Paul Klockenbrink gave a presentation to students of the Hospitality and Tourism Management Department at Virginia Tech. The topic was “Current Hot Legal Issues Impacting the Tourism & Hospitality Industry”.

Paul G. Klockenbrink

Paul Klockenbrink is a partner in Gentry Locke’s Labor & Employment law group. Paul advises and represents employers throughout Virginia regarding employment law issues, as well as the litigation of non-compete agreements, insurance defense matters, and business-related claims. Paul is a frequent speaker at national and regional employment law seminars and also leads the firm’s Restaurant & Hospitality practice group.

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