New Immigration Reform Proposal Could Affect Every Part of Current Policy
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Marks Gray P.A. is pleased to announce that attorney and Shareholder John Crawford has launched a blog focusing on estate planning, wealth building, and business matters. “Our team decided to launch the blog as a resource to our clients and community who are interested in creating and protecting assets, building wealth, and making sure that they are financially and legally prepared for any eventuality. We hope to address their concerns in the area of estate […]Continue Reading
Seven Marks Gray, P.A. attorneys selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2018 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, including “Lawyer of the Year” recipient, Jeptha F. Barbour – Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants in Jacksonville in the 2018 edition.
(JACKSONVILLE, FL – August 16, 2017) Seven Marks Gray, P.A. attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2018 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. Additionally, the firm has one “Lawyer of the Year” recipient, Jeptha F. Barbour – Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants in Jacksonville in the 2018 edition. Also of note, Best Lawyers® has recognized Marks Gray President and shareholder, Frederick H. Kent, III, for the fifth consecutive year, and […]Continue Reading
Marks Gray shareholder and attorney Susan Erdelyi to present at the Florida Law Alliance Fall Employment Law Seminar
Susan Erdelyi, shareholder and attorney at Marks Gray P.A., together with Michael Farrell, Esquire (EEOC District Director/Miami), will be presenting on Recent Changes in EEOC Investigations at the Florida Law Alliance Fall Employment Law Seminar at the Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel. The seminar is taking place on Friday, November 10, 2017. For more information, visit http://www.floridalawalliance.com/seminars/registration-is-open-2017-florida-law-alliance-fall-employment-law-conference/.Continue Reading
City Council approves Charles Cofer’s appointment of Mary Bland Love to serve on the Jacksonville Ethics Commission
Mary Bland Love, Marks Gray attorney and Duval County resident, was recently appointed to the Jacksonville Ethics Commission by Public Defender Charles Cofer and approved by City Council in July 2017. The purpose of the Jacksonville Ethics Commission is to provide a local forum for consideration and investigation of ethical problems and issues. Her term will expire in December 2019. Marks Gray would like to thank Ms. Love for her service to the community!Continue Reading
Giselle Carson appears on WJXT with Kent Justice and Professor Ericka Curran to discuss H-1B and H-2B visa changes
Giselle Carson, business immigration attorney and Marks Gray shareholder, along with Professor Ericka Curran of the Florida Coastal School of Law, discussed H-1B and H-2B visa changes on WJXT, Channel 4, with Kent Justice on This Week in Jacksonville. Watch the video to learn more about the impact of these changes. Stay up to date on changing legislation, visa options, and other immigration related topics by visiting the Marks Gray’s immigration site. http://www.marksgray.com/practices/immigration/ . About Giselle […]Continue Reading
Marks Gray P.A. and Meagan Logan featured in the Lake City Reporter
Marks Gray and Meagan Logan were recently featured in the business section of the Lake City Reporter for their recent expansion to historic downtown Lake City.Continue Reading