Javorsky v. Western Athletic Clubs, California Court of Appeals, First District, Division 5 (December 11, 2015)

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Clubs throughout the country offer Junior Membership programs that afford younger members discounts
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Often, a club management agreement reads exactly like a hotel management agreement, with the word “hotel” changed to “club.” This should not be the case. Clubs have unique characteristics that should be considered in drafting a club management agreement.

1. If the club is a member-owned club, it is not a profit-seeking business. As a result, the management fee structure would not have a profit based incentive fee, but could have an incentive fee tied to membership sales and retention or members’ satisfaction.


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