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Library of Congress National Book Festival

Do you like reading books? Do you prefer the smell of a page to the glow of a Kindle?  Then you might be interested in the National Book Festival scheduled for September 17-26, 2021. The Library of Congress hosts this annual festival, and it is a wonderful event to attend. Due to the pandemic, the festival is virtual this year. To attend, check out the National Book Festival website. This year, the theme is “Open […]

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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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Shareholder Jeptha Barbour Receives Trial Lawyer of the Year

Shareholder Jeptha Barbour was chosen as Trial Lawyer of the Year by the American Board of Trial Advocates. The annual meeting and awards dinner was held on November 15, 2019, at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. Jep, a Jacksonville native, has practiced law at Marks Gray since 1982. Jep has an outstanding resume that continues to grow year after year.  Read the full story here:

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Attorney Crystal Broughan Appointed to the INTA’s Anti-counterfeiting Committee

Marks Gray attorney Crystal Broughan was appointed to the International Trademark Association’s Anti-counterfeiting Committee for a two-year term January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2021. The Antercounterfeiting Committee develops and advocates INTA’s policy regarding anti-counterfeiting and enforcement issues. The committee monitors developments in treaties, legislation, regulations and other enforcement mechanisms in various jurisdictions, conduct analysis and proposes policy recommendations to the INTA Board. The committee members draft and submit reports, interact with anti-counterfeiting organizations worldwide […]

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Attorney Logan K. McEwen offers pro-bono work for JALA Eviction Defense Self Help Clinics

Many Marks Gray attorneys participate in pro bono work using their skill set and experience to make a difference in the lives of Northeast Florida residents and businesses in pro-bono work.  Attorney Logan K. McEwen continues the tradition in his support of Jacksonville Legal Aid in pro bono representation and, participates in JALA Eviction Defense Self Help Clinics monthly. In the spring of last year, The Eviction Defense Self Help Project was formed to provide […]

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Edward L. Birk attends Forum on Communications Law

Florida News Media & First Amendment attorney Ed Birk served as a faculty member during the 2019 Media Advocacy Workshop at the American Bar Association’s annual Forum on Communications Law in Miami Beach. The workshop provides an opportunity for law students and young media attorneys to hone their skills advocating legal interests associated with free speech and a free press, both of which are fundamental rights in our Constitution. Twenty students participated in the advocacy […]

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