Much like every other industry, your food and beverage service clients are likely hosting an array of holiday parties this winter season. While they want to show their appreciation for their employees, serving alcohol is also a recipe for legal disaster. Rather than let legal worries ruin your client’s plans, share the following advice with them to minimize legal liability
The holidays are a time of fun, family, food and giving. While everyone is in a cheerful mood, it is the time to market a bar (or restaurant) for holiday festivities. It can be an overwhelming and hectic season for these industries, but that doesn’t mean they can’t come out on top and ending the year on a lucrative note.
As your clients are probably aware, owning and operating a bar is no easy task. While the common issues such as theft and liquor liability are at the forefront of owners’ minds, there are some other lower impact issues that can fester and cause severe issues for them over time. With that said, ensure your clients are protected and their
Anyone who frequents sports bars or clubs has likely witnessed some form or another of an altercation between patrons or even employees. Although unfortunate, these instances are quite common. Making sure your sports bar is protected with a NY Assault & Battery Liability policy will safeguard your clients against potential financial loss and even litigation. Assault and battery typically go hand