CAHS 34 Hospitality Law (3)
Credit, Degree Applicable
An in-depth study of the law as it pertains to hotels, restaurants, bars, and private clubs. Emphasis on innkeeper/guest relationship, food service liability, responsible alcoholic beverage service, employment law, compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act and civil rights, and building, health and safety codes.
Offered Spring semesters
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Summarize fundamental concepts, principles and legal procedures that apply to the many areas of the hotel and restaurant industry.
- Outcome 2: Analyze real world test cases by applying legal theories and making use of resources.
- Outcome 3: Describe basic categories of substantive laws relating to the hotel and restaurant industry.
- Outcome 4: Differentiate and apply laws relating to duties owed to guests in the hotel and restaurant industry.
- Outcome 5: Categorize and apply laws relating to the rights of innkeepers and restaurateurs in relationship to guests and patrons.
- Outcome 6: Categorize and apply laws relating to potential liability in the sale of food and alcohoL