Immigration Blog

Intending to visit Mexico for business or work? Read on…

As of May 1, 2010, Mexico will institute new processing requirements for each immigration category. Some of the most relevant changes include: All migratory forms for tourists, business visitors and technical visitors with lucrative activities, who intend to stay in Mexico for up to 180 days, will be replaced by a single “FMM” form (“Forma Migratoria Multiple”) The recipient of the FMM will be classified as either Business (Visitante Persona de Negocios); Visitor with Lucrative […]

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Gerald W. Weedon and Nicholas V. Pulignano, Jr. were both listed in the 2010 Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel edition under Business Litigation

Shareholders Gerald W. Weedon and Nicholas V. Pulignano, Jr. were both listed in the 2010 Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel edition under Business Litigation.  Marks Gray has a robust business and corporate law practice group that is spearheaded by Mr. Weedon and Mr. Pulignano.

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Marianne Lloyd Aho along with Scott Yount of the Tampa firm Garrison, Yount, Forte & Mulcahy, LLC recently obtained summary judgment in favor of their client

Marks Gray shareholder Marianne Lloyd Aho along with Scott Yount of the Tampa firm Garrison, Yount, Forte & Mulcahy, LLC recently obtained summary judgment in favor of their client, City of Daytona Beach, in three lawsuits brought by or on behalf of three city employees who were involved in a catastrophic explosion at a waste water treatment facility.  Click here to read more.

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Marianne Lloyd Aho is pleased to announce her mediation practice as a Certified Circuit Civil Mediator.

Marianne Lloyd Aho, a Marks Gray shareholder, is pleased to announce her mediation practice as a Certified Circuit Civil Mediator. With the recent increase in foreclosures that require mediation, the firm is pleased to have an additional attorney who is qualified to assist in these matters. Ms. Aho is a civil litigator who has focused her practice on liability defense and commercial litigation work for over nineteen years. James C. Rinaman, Jr., Victor M. Halbach, Jr. and Stephen B. […]

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Victor M. Halbach, Jr. obtains defense verdict on all counts in a products liability case against Illinois Tool Works

Victor M. Halbach, Jr. a shareholder at Marks Gray, obtained defense verdict on all counts in a products liability case against Illinois Tool Works. The plaintiff’s legal theories were negligence and strict liability. The plaintiff, a 37-year-old construction worker, was using an ITW Positive Placement Nailer when a nail ricocheted and struck his right eye resulting in permanent blindness. Based upon biomechanical testimony and other evidence, the defense was able to prove that the plaintiff could […]

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Marks Gray served as counsel to Total Military Management (“TMM”)

Marks Gray served as counsel to Total Military Management (“TMM”) in a recent transaction with Eureka Growth Capital (“Eureka”), a Philadelphia based private equity firm which became a partner with management in the recapitalization of TMM, a Jacksonville based company focused on the complete management of U.S. military domestic and international household relocations. Founded in 2003 by CEO Matt Connell and headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, TMM works with carriers, agents and other service providers to […]

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