Todd Soloway, Chair of the firm's Hotel + Hospitality Group, recently spoke with Joyce Hanson from Law360 around the key cases and trends in the hospitality sector for 2020, and predicted that brands will see "greater competition from short-term rentals such as Airbnb and grow increasingly active in lobbying governments to regulate home-sharing platforms."

He specifically pointed to recent activity and subsequent resolutions in Boston and Miami that are beginning to level the playing field, noting that, "Airbnb has a national lobbying push going on...They have a ton of money, and they're very aggressive. These disputes and attempts to regulate are going to continue to play out."

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