Authors a Hotel Business Review column, textbook contributor
Update: As of early 2023, Ms. Gorman joined the firm Womble Bond Dickinson.
Tara Gorman is Partner with Loeb & Loeb’s Washington DC office. Her practice is focused on hospitality law in which she advises domestic and international clients on hotel acquisitions, financings, operations and development. She also handles a variety of management, licensing and branding agreements for hotels, restaurants, water parks and casinos. She has represented a range of institutional investors in connection with their real estate investments, as well as governmental and quasi-governmental agencies with respect to their real estate holdings.
In addition to her practice, Gorman writes a column for Hotel Business Review, is a contributing writer to the textbook Hotel Law – Transactions, Management and Franchising, and regularly speaks at conferences and seminars on real estate and hospitality topics. She is also a professor in residence (adjunct) at the Washington College of Law of American University in Washington, D.C., as part of the Hospitality and Tourism Law Program, and at the University of Maryland, where she teaches Hospitality Law.
Gorman is a member of CREW and the American Bar Association, among others. Her community endeavors include involvement with the Parent Encouragement Program, We’ll Be There Foundation and Up with People International Alumni Foundation. The latter honored her with the Every Day Hero Award.
These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Tara Gorman with Connect CRE’s 2022 Washington DC Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.
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