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Yearly Archives from 2021

Check out Ed Booth on Channel 4 News!

Check out Marks Gray aviation attorney Edward Booth, coined as News4Jax’s “Aviation Expert,” interviewed by Channel 4 on a recent tragic plane accident in Duval County.  https://www.news4jax.com/news/local/2021/06/27/fatal-plane-crash-in-arlington-on-sunday-morning/

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12 Marks Gray Attorneys Named to 2021 Florida Super Lawyers Lists!

Please join us in congratulating the 12 Marks Gray attorneys who have been named to the 2021 Florida Super Lawyers & Rising Stars lists! Less than 5% of attorneys are honored by Super Lawyers and less than 3% are Rising Stars within each region! 2021 Florida Super Lawyers: Jeptha “Jep” Barbour – PI General: Defense Edward Birk – Media/Advertising Rhonda Boggess – Appellate  Crystal Broughan – Intellectual Property Giselle Carson – Immigration: Business  John Crawford – […]

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Trademark Registration or Copyright Registration, What is the Difference, and Do I Need One?

Do you own a business? Or are you an author, photographer, or composer who openly publishes your work? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then it might be beneficial to ask yourself: “Do I own any trademarks? Have I published any works that need copyright protection?”  You may even ask yourself: “What is the difference between a copyright and a trademark?” A trademark is defined as “a symbol, words, stylized words, or […]

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O-1 Questions: What Published Materials and Awards Show You’re at the Top of Your Field?

When applying for an O-1 visa, you may need to show evidence of working “at the top of your field”. This could include internationally recognized awards and publications.  You may wonder, what are some specific examples of these materials? What awards or publications demonstrate enough expertise to submit? What qualifies as an internationally recognized award?  The award needs to be considered prestigious and related to your activities in the United States.  For example, you could […]

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VIDEO: June Immigration Updates

Check out Marks Gray Business Immigration & Compliance attorney Giselle Carson’s June Immigration updates!

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Joint Ownership of Intellectual Property Means You Cannot Act Alone

I recently came across an interesting legal case involving joint ownership and trademark registration. Here is an overview of the case and its implications. Yogi Bhajan was an Indian-born yoga and spiritual teacher who introduced his version of Kundalini yoga to the West in the late 1960s. When he died in 2004, he left behind his widow, Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Puri, along with the Yogi Bhajan Administrative Trust (YBAT). Puri and YBAT have been battling […]

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