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Yearly Archives from 2017

International Trademark Association’s Leadership Meeting

Crystal Broughan had the privilege of attending the International Trademark Association’s Leadership Meeting from November 7-11, 2017, in Washington, DC. She attended advanced level educational sessions and exchanged ideas with trademark professionals around the world. Meeting attendance was limited to members of the board of directors, past presidents and counsel, committee chairs and vice chairs, subcommittee chairs, committee members, project team members, and association leaders.

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Shareholder Giselle Carson Reappointed to JAA by Governor Rick Scott

Marks Gray, P.A. is pleased to announce Business Immigration Attorney Giselle Carson was officially reappointed to the Jacksonville Aviation Authority by Governor Rick Scott on November 21, 2017.  Jacksonville Aviation Authority Board of Directors is comprised of seven members. Three members are appointed by Jacksonville’s mayor while the other four are appointed by the governor of Florida. Each board member can serve up to two consecutive four-year terms. Ms. Carson previously served as Vice-chairwoman and […]

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Could the President Punish NBC News for What He Says Is a False Report?

A recent NBC News report said that the president wanted an almost tenfold increase to our nuclear warhead stockpile. Trump was quick to claim the story was “made up and “pure fiction” on Twitter. He followed that up with a tweet threatening the broadcast license for NBC.   With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Bad for country! — […]

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How Much Will It Cost to Register My Trademark? – Part Three

The most common question I hear from potential clients is, “How much will it cost to register my trademark?” Since there are many variables that come into play when registering a trademark, there is no set answer. In previous posts, I covered several issues that need to be considered, including current use, the type of trademark, where you will do business, and where you want to file your trademark application. In the final post of […]

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