Project #66754 - Law of Innkeeping

Some questions about HRIM law of innkeeping. I can pay for each single questions you answered. 1. How do we determine whether parties have formulated an intention to enter into a contract for a sleeping room? 2. The case Wallace v. Shoreham illustrates the how the duty of care that exists with hotels and restaurants can differ. If Wallace has been a registered guest of the hotel, or had illustrate intent, how might the court have ruled in this case? 3. Explain the importance of the attractive nuisance doctrine as it relates to the operation of restaurants and hotels. What steps should operators take to reduce their liability in light of this doctrine? 4.How can the doctrine of comparative negligence assist a hotel or restaurant when defending themselves against a tort lawsuit. 5.Brenda is working as a prep cook in a restaurant. During her first day on the job, she attempts to clean the meat slicer while it is running and cuts off three of the fingertips on her right hand. She sues the restaurant and they assert a defense claiming that she assumed the risk while cleaning the slicer. Predict the outcome of this lawsuit, based on this defense. 6.Oliver is working as bar manager and decides to drive a customer home who has too much to drink. On the way home, he loses control of her car and crashed into a bridge, causes severe injuries to the customer. The customer sues the bar, and the bar denies any liability. Predict the outcomes of this case, being sure to use examples from the course text. 7. Upon graduation from a prestigious HRIM program in the Mid-Atlantic region, Steve secures a plum job as a valet parker for the Weeping Willow Golf Club. Everything is going well until the middle of the summer, when Steve takes a guest's Porsche Boxster to the nearby WaWa to purchase a pack of a smokes and on the way back to the club, he rear ends a car at stoplight. The owners of both cars sue the club for the damages, based on negligence. Predict the outcome of this lawsuit. 8. Swimming pools present an area of concern for hospitality operators. Discuss how the negligence per se doctrine is applied to hotels who offer swimming pools to guests and later as sued as a result of guest injury. Be sure to use case examples from the text to illustrate this concept. 9. Certain duties in hospitality operations are considered as "non-delegable" duties. Provide 4 examples of these type of duties. 10. Under what conditions can restaurants and hotels be sued for strict products liability? What can they do to protect themselves from these types of lawsuits? 11. Discuss the importance of the case Alder v. Savoy Plaza Hotel, as it related to guest status and intent. Why is the case of importance for today's operators? 12. You bellman finds a briefcase sitting in the lobby of your full-service business hotel. Outline a model procedure for dealing with the found luggage, being sure to consider the examples of cases we discussed surrounding this issue. 13. Mary who is a registered hotel guest, appears to be intoxicated and her friends assist her up the steps in the Lollapalooza Motel, and the night manager observes this taking place. The next morning when the maid goes to clean the room. Mary is found dead in her room, cause of death believed to be from chocking in her own vomit. The family sues the motel for negligence, asserting that they did not meet their duty of care and the night manager should have offered Mary assistance. Predict the outcome of the case, being sure to use case examples to illustrate your argument. 14. In the case Berlow v. Sheraton Dallas Corporation, the hotel was found liable for damages. Explain the legal reasoning behind this case and how hotels can protect themselves from this type of lawsuit. 15. Offensive comments made to guests in hotel can result in liability for a hotel. This is not the case for restaurant operators. Explain the legal reasoning behind the difference. 16. Based on the materials and cases we have covered during the past weeks, discuss and/or outline a model plan for handing guest registrations. Your plan should minimize the hotel's exposure to liability as much as possible. 17. During class this semester, we have discussed the concept of providing aid to persons in distress. Explain your personal viewpoint on whether or not you would provide aid to a choking victim in your operation. Explain the legal ramifications of your actions (or inaction), being sure to use examples of negligence doctrines and case examples from your readings. If you are interested in, just message me or chat with me. Thank you~

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