Anthony G. Marshall was a well-known columnist, educator, lecturer, lawyer and hospitality management professional. He served as the dean of Florida International University School of Hospitality Management.
The Anthony G. Marshall Hospitality Law Award is given in recognition of pioneering and lasting contributions to the field of hospitality law. HospitalityLawyer.com Founder, Stephen Barth, says, “We honor Anthony Marshall for his pioneering and continued contributions to the field of hospitality law. He was the first to define reasonable care in a way that the average hotel manager, who is not a lawyer, could understand.”
The ideal nominee:
Senior Vice President & Associate General Counsel
California Hotel & Lodging Association
Florida International University
Thom Davis passed away in late 2009 after dedicating more than 30 years of his life to hotel security and loss prevention management. He was the President of Security Litigation Group and also provided expert testimony in the areas of safety and security for more than 13 years.
The Thomas G. Davis Loss Prevention Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes a person who has committed his or her career to improving safety and security in the hospitality industry. In presenting the award, the selection board seeks to recognize someone who exemplifies Thom Davis’ commitment to improving safety and security in the industry.
HospitalityLawyer.com Founder, Stephen Barth, says, “It is fitting that we name the Award after Thom, who diligently served the industry with his knowledge and insight, including assisting the Educational Institute of the AH&LA. His work and achievements serve as a standard for all recipients of the Award.”