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Meet the Money® at JMBM’s 20th annual hotel conference!

27 April 2010

Hotel Lawyer with the “last call” to join the Game Changers at Meet the Money®

Meet the Money® is next week, May 3-5, 2010 at the Sheraton Gateway LAX hotel. Although our room block has sold out completely, the hotel has graciously extended our preferred conference room rate until April 30. There is still time to register for this “can’t miss” event.


We have one of the best lineups of industry leaders ever, and everyone you want to meet with will be there.

The tide has changed, and the “Game Changers” will all be at Meet the Money® —
Look at the great program. See who is speaking. Register Now! www.MeetTheMoney.com

This is Jim Butler, author of www.HotelLawBlog.com and hotel lawyer, signing off. We’ve done more than $60 billion of hotel transactions and have developed innovative solutions to unlock value from troubled hotel transactions. Who’s your hotel lawyer?

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Our Perspective. We represent hotel lenders, owners and investors. We have helped our clients find business and legal solutions for more than $60 billion of hotel transactions, involving more than 1,000 properties all over the world. For more information, please contact Jim Butler at jbutler@jmbm.com or 310.201.3526.

Jim Butler is a founding partner of JMBM and Chairman of its Global Hospitality Group®. Jim is one of the top hospitality attorneys in the world. GOOGLE “hotel lawyer” and you will see why.

JMBM’s troubled asset team has handled more than 1,000 receiverships and many complex insolvency issues. But Jim and his team are more than “just” great hotel lawyers. They are also hospitality consultants and business advisors. For example, they have developed some unique proprietary approaches to unlock value in underwater hotels that can benefit lenders, borrowers and investors. (GOOGLE “JMBM SAVE program”.)

Whether it is a troubled investment or new transaction, JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group® creates legal and business solutions for hotel owners and lenders. They are deal makers. They can help find the right operator or capital provider. They know who to call and how to reach them.