Yearly Archives from 2021
There are lots of reasons you might be considering getting an O-1 visa. Maybe you don’t qualify for the H-1B, TN, or L-1, but you are a professional athlete. Or a successful executive. Or performer, professor, scientist, doctor, or simply someone who works in a non-traditional line of work who has managed to garner “sustained national or international acclaim” or who has a “demonstrated record of extraordinary achievement” in their field and wants to come […]Continue Reading
Book Excerpt: Benefits of an O-1 Visa over an H-1B
Considering the limitations of the H-1B visa, we encourage our clients to consider alternative work visas. One of the most interesting of these is the O-1 visa. What’s so great about the O-1 visa? Here is an excerpt from the “O-1 Visa for Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievements” chapter in my book Beyond the H-1B: A Guide to Work Visa Options for Employers, Foreign Nationals, and Graduating Students, which is available for purchase on […]Continue Reading
Congratulations to Tyler Oldenburg on Leadership Jacksonville acceptance!
Congratulations to shareholder Tyler Oldenburg for being accepted into Leadership Jacksonville’s class of 2022! Leadership Jacksonville is a year-long program with the mission to educate, connect, and inspire diverse leaders to build and strengthen their communities. Tyler’s commitment to his community is highly admirable and we are excited to see all that he and the rest of the class of 2022 accomplish. Learn more about Leadership Jacksonville on their website: Leadership Jacksonville – Developing Community […]Continue Reading
VIDEO: I Was Served With A Lawsuit: What Do I Do Now?
In this video, Marks Gray, P.A. associate Austin Sherman talks about what you should do when you have been served with a lawsuit.Continue Reading
In this video, Marks Gray, P.A. Associate Logan McEwen talks about the basics of starting a business in the state of Florida.Continue Reading
Do You Make NFTs? What You Need to Know About Copyright Protection
What do LeBron James, Kings of Leon, and a hybrid Pop Tart/cat monster have in common? They all comprise pieces of a trending type of art that lives on the internet: NFTs, or “nonfungible tokens.” These digital art pieces cannot be replicated, because they employ blockchain, the same decentralized programming foundation as cryptocurrency. In fact, the two commonly coexist — people commonly pay for NFTs in cryptocurrency. If you create NFTs, all of this likely […]Continue Reading