Al is a member of Tarlow, Breed, Hart & Rodgers, P.C. He concentrates his practice in all areas of civil litigation, having tried numerous cases before judges and juries. Al's focus involves complex business matters, primarily involving contract disputes and business governance issues. He also has a broad depth of experience in probate matters and litigation and family law. He is the chairman of the firm's Hospitality Practice Group, which offers legal assistance from leasing to franchising and alcohol licensing and related matters for a diverse clientele which includes local restaurants and lodging businesses as well as nationally known chains.
"Arbitration Clauses: Will They Work For You," Hotel Business Review - January 2007
Co-author, "Liquidated Damages: Protecting Your Franchise's Good Name," Hotel Business Review - October 2006
Co-author, "Strategies for Brand Protection During Retraction," Hotel Business Review - August 2006