Diana S. Barber, Esq.

Attorney, writer, teacher and lecturer Diana S. Barber, founder and president of LodgeLaw, a Division of Barber Law Associates, joins us on AHLA Radio to discuss some of the current legal issues hoteliers are facing today. Legal problems are just around the corner. Listen in to this streaming audio interview to learn some of the techniques hoteliers can take advantage of to stay out of legal trouble. (Interview produced for AH&LA | Click here for more interviews.

Diana S. Barber, Esq. is the founder of LodgeLaw, A Division of Barber Law Associates, a law firm specializing in hospitality law. She also teaches at Cecil B. Day Hospitality School at Georgia State University and is a member of Georgia Hospitality & Travel Association. For more information, Ms. Barber can be reached at (770) 813-9363, or [email protected].

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Kevin Heilbronner is the US Editor for wiredhotelier.com and hospitalitynet.org, providing streaming multimedia-content for these websites. Based outside of Washington DC, Heilbronner has worked with Hsyndicate to conduct interviews at several hospitality trade shows in the US and Europe over the last couple of years. His column and content are featured in the Hospitality Net weekly newsletter. A familiar voice in Washington, DC, Heilbronner is the stadium announcer for the NBA's Washington Wizards, WNBA's Washington Mystics and WUSA's Washington Freedom. He resides in Centreville, VA and can be reached via email: [email protected].