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Monthly Archives from March 2020

Expiring Driver’s Licenses in Florida Automatically Extended 

In response to the Coronavirus, Florida Governor DeSantis issued an Emergency Order extending all Florida driver’s licenses, commercial driver’s licenses, and identification cards expiring between March 16, 2020 and April 15, 2020 for 30 days beyond their current expiration date.  This is welcomed news. Please check for updates on this issue in your state. Learn more about this issue in Florida.

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To our Friends and Clients:

Marks Gray is working diligently to provide legal services and best-in-class client relations throughout the Coronavirus situation. Our offices are currently open and our team remains available in-person, by phone or by email to help you. While the pandemic provides much uncertainty, our commitment to you has not changed. We are mindful of the needs and concerns of our employees and have taken extensive steps to provide a safe working environment in our office locations […]

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Emergency Bridge Loans for Florida Small Businesses to Help with Coronavirus Relief

I work with many small and medium-sized businesses on a regular basis. It goes without saying that the impact of the COVID-19 virus has been substantial to many small businesses in Florida and throughout the United States. Because of this, the Small Business Development Center at the University of North Florida is trying to get the following message out to as many small businesses in Florida as possible: “Florida small businesses impacted by the Coronavirus […]

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Florida Courts Taking Actions to Minimize Personal Appearances in Courts Due to COVID-19

Marks Gray attorneys and team members to assist clients in navigating temporary restrictions and are working hard to minimize the impact on your important legal work and issues. On Tuesday, March 17, 2020, The Supreme Court of Florida issued an Administrative Order with new instructions to help mitigate the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the courts, court participants and the general public. While Courts will continue to hear essential proceedings, the Order suspended legal […]

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What You Need to Know about the Public Charge Rule

  Learn about the new regulations for visa applicants who have or are likely to use public benefits, such as subsidized housing, food stamps, and Medicaid. Download the PDF.

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State University of New York Sues Former Students for Using Trademark

It is no secret that universities have become big brands doing even bigger business. You are also probably not surprised to hear that alumni pride for nearly every well-known university is just as big.  But SUNY’s lawsuit against two former students is an illustration of when alumni pride may just cross the line.  SUNY Gives Alumni Business a Crash Course on Trademark Infringement Two SUNY alums have been doing business as Triple O Entertainment for […]

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