Chairman cites Miami attorney Patel for service, leadership and high standards of excellence.
Online PR News – 21-May-2012 – Atlanta, Georgia – ATLANTA – Ricky Patel, senior partner at Farrell & Patel, Attorneys at Law, was recognized last week by the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) with their Chairman's Award for his ongoing service to the membership and strong leadership within the hospitality industry. Patel's firm currently represents over 2,000 AAHOA members in a mass tort settlement against BP for economic losses stemming from the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Founded in 1989, AAHOA is one of the most powerful and fastest-growing organizations in the hospitality industry with over 10,000 members owning more than 20,000 hotels and $128 billion in property value. AAHOA promotes and protects the interests of its members by inspiring excellence through programs and initiatives in advocacy, industry leadership, professional development, member benefits, and community involvement. Farrell & Patel is a Platinum Founding Member of AAHOA.
“I am very proud to accept this award on behalf of our law firm, as it represents the honor and privilege my associates have in serving AAHOA members," said Patel. "We would also like to congratulate Henant Patel on his successful chairmanship and look forward to working closely with Alkesh Patel, the current chairman," he added.
About Farrell & Patel
Farrell & Patel, Attorneys at Law, (www.farrellpatel.com) with offices in Miami, Houston, Tampa and New Orleans, is experienced at representing individuals and businesses in all facets of litigation. The firm is committed to serving the legal needs of clients across the United States. Core practice areas include civil litigation, business disputes, complex franchise litigation, mass tort, real estate, economic damage claims, intellectual property, bankruptcy, tax matters and immigration. They strive to provide clients with the best legal representation available and have the resources, infrastructure and connections to take on the most challenging cases.