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April 2018
Experts: Tighter Security at US Hotels Remains Unlikely
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"Despite the shooting at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino last October in Las Vegas, hotel security experts don’t believe the U.S. hotel industry or its guests are ready to take the same steps as hotels in higher threat conditions around the world.

During the "Hospitality Security: Post Vegas" panel at the Hospitality Law Conference, Alan Orlob, VP of global safety and security for Marriott International, said he doesn’t believe there’s much appetite in the U.S. for heavy security measures at hotels.

'We know how to do it,' he said. 'We do it all over the world. I don’t think the U.S. is ready for it. I don’t think we need to do it in the U.S. yet.'"
The Hospitality Law Conference: Series 2.0 - an exclusive from Hotel News Now
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Legal Experts Outline Challenges for Hotel Industry

"Speakers at this year’s Hospitality Law Conference shed light on a number of pressing legal issues facing the hotel industry, explaining where the industry stands now and what actions hoteliers can take."
The Hospitality Law Conference: Series 2.0 - an exclusive from Hotel News Now
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VENZA Presents The GDPR Readiness Survey
Venza: Better Visibility. Better Defense.
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California Family Gets $1.6 Million After 3-Year-Old Was Scarred by Bedbugs
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