Description:REGISTER NOW for this Webinar for Municipal Attorneys: Status of Online Travel Company Litigation Nationally
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Notes:Date: Friday, August 18, 2017
Time: Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Presenters: Trey Rogers, Partner, and Michael Plachy, Practice Group Leader, Partner, Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP.
Scores of municipalities and states have sued on line travel companies ("OTCs") including Travelocity, Orbitz and Expedia on claims that the OTCs owe and have failed to pay sales tax and lodgers tax on the markup they charge consumers. This webinar will cover background on these claims and an update on the status of the numerous cases that have been considered by state supreme courts around the country, with a special focus on the City and County of Denver's suit which was recently decided by the Colorado Supreme Court. It will also address the status of Breckenridge's class action suit against the OTCs.
FREE for an attorney who is an employee of a municipality (registration is required)
FREE to CML Municipal Officials (registration required)
$25 for an attorney serving as the primary legal counsel/attorney of record for a municipality but is not a municipal employee or whose law firm is a CML associate member
$50 Nonmember (neither an employee of a municipality, serve as attorney of record for a municipality, nor is their law firm a CML associate member)
Registration closes end of day Tuesday, August 15
CLE Credits: Continuing Legal Education credits have been applied for.
Elected Official Credits: 1.0 MUNIversity Elected Officials' Leadership Credit will be awarded to elected officials registered for webinar.
Registrations may be canceled up to seven days prior to the scheduled event. If you fail to attend the webinar, you are still responsible for payment. Your registration will not be final until payment is received.