Make Your Restaurant Thrive.
Cooking is your passion. Making a living with your cuisine is your dream. Organizing your restaurant is the key to your success.
The Law (In Plain English)® for Restaurants is your comprehensive guide to working in the food industry. It looks at the business of running a restaurant and clarifies the laws affecting your business. Learn all the essential details to become a success and gain valuable insight on issues unique to the restaurant industry, such as-
- Protecting Recipes
- Tax Rules for Tips
- Trademarks for Menus and Products
- Hiring and Firing
Whether you are dreaming of opening a restaurant, wanting to ensure that your business is on track or ready to expand to the next level, The Law (In Plain English)® for Restaurants has everything you need!
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About the Author
Leonard D. DuBoff is an internationally recognized expert who has lectured on legal issues throughout the world. He began his legal career in New York, then relocated to Palo Alto, California, where he started teaching at the Stanford Law School. Subsequently, he moved to Portland, Oregon, where he taught law at Lewis & Clark Law School. DuBoff spent almost a quarter of a century teaching business and intellectual property law.
While a full time law professor, DuBoff was also Of Counsel to law firms and maintained that relationship until 1994, when he left full-time teaching to found his own law firm that specializes in business and intellectual property law. DuBoff has received academic awards from President Lyndon Johnson and New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller. In 1990, he received the Governor's Arts Award from Oregon Governor Neil Goldschmidt.
In addition to practicing law, DuBoff has also been involved in assisting with legislation. In the late 1980s, he testified in support of the Visual Artist's Rights Act of 1990, at the request of Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts. He has also provided Congress with testimony related to several cultural and intellectual property treaties and he has worked with state legislatures on their legislation as well.
A prolific author, DuBoff has written numerous articles for scholarly journals, practical articles for lawyers' bar publications, and articles for nonlawyers as well. He has regular columns in several publications. He is coauthor of the law school text Art Law Cases and Materials.
He has also written a host of other books including:
Art Law: Domestic and International
Deskbook of Art Law, two volume set
The Book Publishers Legal Guide
The Antique and Art Collector's Legal Guide
Art Law in a Nutshell
His business encyclopedia series includes:
The Crafts Business Encyclopedia
The Art Business Encyclopedia
The Entertainment Business Encyclopedia
His (In Plain English)® series includes:
The Law (In Plain English)® for Small Business
The Law (In Plain English)® for Crafts
Business And Legal Forms (In Plain English)® for Craftspeople
The Law (In Plain English)® for Galleries
The Law (In Plain English)® for Healthcare Professionals
The Law (In Plain English)® for Writers
The Law (In Plain English)® for Photographers
Hi Tech Law (In Plain English)®
Christy O. King is an attorney in Portland, Oregon, where she practices with The DuBoff Law Group, LLC. She is coauthor of the Deskbook of Art Law and Art Law in a Nutshell, and editor-in-chief of the Critical Issues newsletter published by the DuBoff Law Group. She is the author of numerous articles in the field of intellectual property and art law, and has an active practice representing clients in intellectual property, business, and corporate law matters.