Franchise Law

Hotel Franchises Face Rising Bed Bugs Claims

, The Legal Intelligencer


When health and environmental experts convened in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 1-2 for the Second National Bed Bug Summit, the message was clear: Bed bugs are an increasing health menace. "In recent years, public health agencies across the country have been overwhelmed by complaints about bed bugs," said Bob Perciasepe, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's deputy administrator, at the start of the summit.

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