Sunday, December 29, 2013

Marks Gray, P.A. attorney, Jill F. Bechtold receives AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating

Marks Gray, P.A. is pleased to announce Jill F. Bechtold has been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell as the firm’s newest AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated attorney. Martindale-Hubbell® is recognized as one of the legal industry’s preeminent attorney rating services. Ms. Bechtold’ s practice concentrates in civil litigation focusing primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, business litigation, medical and professional liability defense, and professional licensing. She received her BA and JD from the University of Florida. Ms. Bechtold has also been named a 2013 Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyers® magazine. The Marks Gray, P.A. law firm was founded in 1899 in Jacksonville, Florida. Marks Gray, P.A. currently has 26 attorneys and is a Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated law firm committed to providing the highest quality legal representation. The firm combines the individual talents of attorneys with diverse backgrounds and experiences into a multi-faceted law firm. Marks Gray, P.A. and provides service in over 30 practice areas with offices in downtown Jacksonville and The Beaches.

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Marks Gray P.A. Client Awarded International Business Leader of the Year

Congratulations to Marks Gray, P.A. client, Oxford Products USA. Immigration and corporate attorney, Giselle Carson presented Oxford Products USA with the International Business Leader of the Year, Small to Medium Size, Company Award, at the 4th Quarter JAXUSA Partnership Luncheon on Wednesday

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Marks Gray's Immigration Update for November Is Released!

Click here to read the latest in immigration news including results of the Westat Survey on E-Verify, Jeh Johnson's nomination and a recap of the December Visa Bulletin.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Marks Gray, P.A. Employees Give Their Time to HandsOn Jacksonville's A Visit from St. Nicholaus!

The Marks Gray, P.A. firm has long tradition of volunteerism in the Jacksonville community. During the holiday season, Marks Gray employees Vicki Hunt, Natalie Stennett and Sharon Turner volunteered for HandsOn Jacksonville’s A Visit from St. Nicholas. On the morning of December 6th, the children of deserving local elementary schools will arrive to a magical surprise. Their school will be decorated with gold tinsel and upon arrival to their classroom; they will find a new backpack filled with books and toys! Volunteers will then visit classrooms and read the story of St. Nick to children and share messages of kindness and anonymous giving.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Shareholder Giselle Carson featured Thought Leader in 904 Magazine

Marks Gray, P.A. is happy to announce global immigration and corporate and business law attorney Giselle Carson was featured in the October/November issue of 904 magazine. Click here to read more about Giselle and her enthusiasm for law and fitness. Please click here to view feature.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Shareholder Giselle Carson Published in The Florida Bar Journal

Marks Gray Shareholder and Immigration Attorney Giselle Carson’s article, Breaking It All Down Employers’ Sanctions Under Immigration Law and OCAHO Litigation was published in the Labor and Law Column of the September/October issue of The Florida Bar Journal. Giselle outlines the ongoing and ever evolving employment verification processes and procedures employers must abide by and what is involved in representing employers in employment compliance matters.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Marks Gray's September Immigration Update

Marks Gray Immigration attorney Giselle Carson, released her September Immigration Update. Click here to read the latest news in Immigration Reform, E-Verify and the October Visa Bulletin.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Marks Gray Shareholder, Jep Barbour, is 'Behind Bars' for MDA

hareholder, Jeptha 'Jep' Barbour joins more than 150 business and civic leaders from throughout the Downtown Jacksonville area has been “arrested” and put “behind bars” for the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Lock-Up fundraiser held today at the Crowne Plaza Jacksonville Riverfront. Accused of having big hearts and being heavily armed with kindness, the “jailbirds” volunteered to be part of MDA’s Lock-Up in order to raise “bail” by encouraging friends, family, co-workers and business contacts to make contributions to MDA that will directly benefit families in greater Jacksonville area living with progressive muscle diseases. “I am glad to give my time to raise money to help assist in finding a cure for muscular dystrophy,” said Marks Gray attorney, Mr. Barbour. Each MDA jailbird’s “bail” is set at $4,000, which will allow him/her to be released for good behavior. “It’s amazing how our community jailbirds have rallied around MDA and are doing a great job as they continue to raise bail donations,” explained Lauren Herringdine, Executive Director. “The actual day of the Lock-Up will be a fun celebration of the work each person did to help families who live right here in our community.” Lock-Ups are one of MDA’s signature fundraising programs, benefiting local individuals living with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related progressive muscle diseases in the Jacksonville area. MDA is the nonprofit health agency dedicated to curing muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases by funding worldwide research. The Association also provides unparalleled health care services; advocates for the families it serves; and invests significant resources educating the medical and scientific communities, as well as the general public, about neuromuscular diseases affecting more than 1 million Americans. MDA maintains a nationwide network of some 200 hospital-affiliated clinics — 38 of which are designed as MDA/ALS centers — that provide unparalleled medical and health care services to adults and children with neuromuscular diseases. Families in greater Jacksonville are encouraged to visit the MDA clinics at Nemours, UF & Shands, and Mayo.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Shareholder Allison Hunnicutt honored by the Workers' Compensation Section of The Florida Bar

On Tuesday, August 20, 2013, Marks Gray Shareholder M. Allison Hunnicutt was elected to another three-year term to the Executive Council of the Workers’ Compensation Section of The Florida Bar. Ms. Hunnicutt was elected by her peers who are also members of the Workers’ Compensation Section of The Florida Bar. Ms. Hunnicutt is one of 15 defense attorneys elected to the Executive Council, along with 15 claimant’s attorneys from around the state. The Executive Council is charged with the responsibility of running the Workers’ Compensation Section of The Florida Bar. For the past two years, Ms. Hunnicutt has chaired The Forum Committee which organizes and oversees The Forum, a 2-day seminar which occurs annually in Orlando. The seminar is held in partnership with the Workers’ Compensation Claims Professional Association (“WCCP”) and had a record attendance of 516 attorneys, judges, mediators, adjusters and workers’ compensation professionals this past April at the Omni Orlando ChampionsGate. The course is a pre-requisite for any attorney who wishes to sit for the Workers’ Compensation Board Certification Examination. Ms. Hunnicutt received an award from the Executive Council for her leadership of The Forum Committee from Dawn Traverso, the outgoing section Chair at the annual meeting of the Executive Council on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at the Orlando World Center Marriott.

Attorney Michael D. Kendall invited to International Conference of Ronald McDonald House Charities

Marks Gray attorney Michael D. Kendall was one of five members of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville to attend the RMHC International Conference held in Chicago on August 19th. Nearly 1,200 representatives from around the world gathered to celebrate, explore RMHC programs’ impact on children and families and reinforce the important role local staff, volunteers and donors have in bringing our mission to life. Michael currently serves as Vice President of the Board of RMHC of Jacksonville. The local chapter plans to launch a major capital campaign for expansion at the end of the year. For more information on Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville, click here

Friday, August 16, 2013

M. Allison Hunnicutt Celebrates 10th Anniversary as a Martindale Hubbell AV® Preeminent Rated Attorney

M. Allison Hunnicutt has been AV rated for the second time, she was originally AV rated in 2003. She received a rating of 5.0 out of 5.0 from peers from the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review. These ratings and recognitions are extremely helpful when evaluating a lawyer. The AV ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of The Florida Bar, the judiciary, and attorneys. The legal abilities on which Ms. Hunnicutt was rated are based on performance in five key areas. • Legal Knowledge - Lawyer’s familiarity with the laws governing his/her specific area of practice(s) • Analytical Capabilities - Lawyer’s creativity in analyzing legal issues and applying technical knowledge • Judgment - Lawyer’s demonstration of the salient factors that drive the outcome of a given case or issue • Communication Ability - Lawyer’s capability to communicate persuasively and credibly • Legal Experience - Lawyer’s degree of experience in his/her specific area of practice(s) Allison Hunnicutt received her Juris Doctorate from Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1989 and the Texas Bar in 1995. Ms. Hunnicutt practices primarily in the areas of employment law and workers’ compensation. She defends employers (self and market-insured) and carriers throughout the state and at the appellate level as well as advises local and national self and market-insured employers, their carriers and third party servicing agents regarding return to work issues, third party liens, and medical management of claims. Ms. Hunnicutt is also a licensed Florida Property and Casualty Insurance Agent since 1997 and defends agents and agencies in administrative matters and Errors and Omissions claims. The AV® Preeminent™ rating is the pinnacle of excellence earned through a strenuous Peer Review Rating™ process that is managed and monitored by the world's most trusted legal resource - Martindale-Hubbell®

Immigration Attorney Giselle Carson Shares Details on the New Form I-9 Email Address section

When an employee provides an email address on the new Form I-9, employers using E-Verify must enter it into the E-Verify system. The government is using this email to notify employees of three situations: 1) that a tentative nonconfirmation (TNC) or record mismatch has occurred during their employment verification process and needs to be resolved; 2) that the employer referred the TNC case to DHS or SSA as a result of the employee's decision to contest the TNC and the employee has not contacted the appropriate agency to try to resolve the TNC; and 3) that the employee must update his/her records with the SSA post naturalization. This new email notification process does not replace the employer's obligation to notify an employee of a TNC. For additional information, click here. To contact Ms. Carson, click here

Attorney Jill F. Bechtold Named Co-Chair of FDLA Committee

Marks Gray Of Counsel, Jill F. Bechtold has been named as the co-chair of the new “Women & The Law” committee of the FDLA. It is a new committee created and launched by the current members of the FDLA. Ms. Bechtold has a civil litigation practice focusing primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, business litigation, medical and professional liability defense, and professional licensing. Ms. Bechtold is a licensed member of the Florida Bar. Ms. Bechtold has been a member of the Jacksonville Bar Association, Jacksonville Area Defense Counsel, St. John’s Chamber of Commerce and Florida Defense Lawyer Association. She has also been a participating member of the Jacksonville Area Legal Aid referral service and Jacksonville Bar Association Legal Referral Service. Ms. Bechtold has been a Rising Star in 2012 and 2013 by Florida Super Lawyers® Magazine.

Giselle Carson releases Marks Gray's August Immigration Update

USCIS Accepting Same-Sex Marriage Petitions Accepting Same-Sex Marriage Petitions ~ In July, Sec. Napolitano stated "...effective immediately, I have directed USCIS to review immigration visa petitions filed on behalf of a same-sex spouse in the same manner as those filed on behalf of an opposite-sex spouse." Click here to read the Update in its entirety.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Shareholder Giselle Carson and Florida Senator Marco Rubio

Speaking at a recent Jacksonville's Rotary Club meeting, Senator Marco Rubio was not at a loss for words as he spoke about his disapproval for the affordable care act also known as 'Obamacare' to the citizens of Jacksonville. He also highlighted the need for immigration reform, a subject featured by Shareholder Giselle Carson in her blogs, newsletters and public speaking engagements. Click here to see a photo of Ms. Carson and Senator Rubio.

Shareholder Michael D. McCoy named Barrister

Marks Gray Shareholder, Michael D. McCoy was invited to become a Barrister in the Chester Bedell Inn of Court for a three-year team, 2013-2016. Mr. McCoy practice focuses primarily on civil trial defense in the areas of medical malpractice, commercial and construction litigation, automobile personal injury, medical liability, professional liability and products liability. Mr. McCoy was admitted to the Bar in May, 2001. He was recently selected to the 2014 Class of Leadership Jacksonville. The Chester Bedell Inn of Court encourages collegiality among law students, lawyers and judges by promoting professionalism, ethical conduct, and competent advocacy. The Chester Bedell Inn of Court was the first American Inn of Court established in Florida and the fourteenth in the US. The Chester Bedell Inn of Court benefits from the committed efforts of federal and state judges and senior trial lawyers and the enthusiastic interest and involvement of younger lawyers and law students.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Marks Gray, P.A. Receives the Circle of Honor Award

Marks Gray, P.A. receives the Circle of Honor Award from the United Way. The award recognizes companies and organizations at the Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze level. Marks Gray was recognized at the Silver level of which there are four criteria of which two must be met to receive the award. • % of participation - 40%-59% • Employee per capita - $100-$149 • % Employee Campaign Increase - 15%-19% • % Employee Giving to the Community Impact Fund - 80%-84% Shareholder Giselle Carson added, 'This is terrific! Good for Marks Gray and our community.'

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Five Marks Gray Shareholders Included in the 2014 Edition of Best Lawyers in America

Attorneys Jeptha "Jep" F. Barbour, Edward L. Birk, Susan S. Erdelyi, Frederick H. Kent III, and Gerald Weedon were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2014. Mr. Barbour has also been named the Best Lawyers’ 2014 Jacksonville Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants “Lawyer of the Year” Jeptha F. Barbour – Medical Malpractice Law, Personal Injury Litigation and Product Liability Litigation - Defendants Edward L. Birk - Employment Law - Individual Susan S. Erdelyi - Employment Law - Management Frederick H. Kent III - Banking and Finance Law and Real Estate LawGerald W. Weedon - Commercial Litigation, Product Liability Litigation - Defendants and Real Estate Law Gerald W. Weedon - Commercial Litigation, Product Liability Litigation - Defendants and Real Estate Law “It is a great honor to be recognized by our peers and appear in such a reputable publication within the lgal community” said firm President, Gerald Weedon. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Because Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive peer-review survey in which more than 36,000 leading attorneys cast almost 4.4 million votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas, and because lawyers are not required or allowed to pay a fee to be listed, inclusion in Best Lawyers is considered a singular honor. Corporate Counsel magazine has called Best Lawyers “the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice.”

Friday, August 9, 2013

Gerald ‘Jerry’ Weedon Certified for Third Time in Business Litigation by The Florida Bar

Marks Gray, P.A. congratulates Shareholder and President Gerald ‘Jerry’ Weedon on his third re-certification in Business Litigation by the Florida Bar. Mr. Weedon was first certified in this specialty in 1997 and re-certified in 2008. He is also certified by the Florida Bar in civil litigation. The Florida Bar’s certification program is consistently recognized as national leader among other state programs. There are 4,601 board certified attorneys in Florida, but only 234 are board certified in business litigation. Minimum standards for business litigation board certification include: • At least five years of the actual practice of law immediately preceding application, of which at least 30 percent has been spent in active participation in business litigation. • A completion of at least 50 hours of approved continuing legal education credits in business litigation within 3 years immediately preceding the date of application. • Evaluated as to character, ethics, and reputation for professionalism and are required to pass a written examination. Mr. Weedon has been recognized as a Super Lawyer by Florida Super Lawyers magazine consecutively since 2006. He has also been named one of the Best Lawyers in America® and is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell with a rating of 5.0 out of 5.0 from his peers. Jerry Weedon received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1976. Mr. Weedon’s practice is focused on litigation and business law including all aspects of insurance, automobile, and trucking liability, business torts, premises liability, real estate, foreclosure and banking law, construction defects, products liability, contracts, corporation and estates and trusts.

Department of Justice Release Discrimination Video

Attorney Giselle Carson shares that the Department of Justice (DOJ) signed an agreement with the National Labor Relations Board to better coordinate and share information over potential employment discrimination practices. At the same time, the DOJ released an educational video about discrimination in employment eligibility verification. The video is intended to a provide information to employers avoid charges of employment discrimination relating to the employment verification Form I-9 process and E-Verify. The video addresses issues often encountered during the verification process such as requesting more documents than allowed. For additional information, click here

Termination Ruling Upheld Following E-Verify Non-Confirmation

In another matter regarding E-Verify, attorney Giselle Carson shared a story regarding an employee filed a document abuse and discrimination claim against his employer after he was terminated based on an E-Verify final nonconformation (FNC) notice. The employer attempted to resolve the TNC which occurred as result of an inconsistency on the status of the employee's citizenship (the employee noted on Form I-9 and insisted during meetings with employer, that he is a U.S. Citizen when in fact he is a legal permanent resident (LPR) which created a record mismatch). The court noted "wholly missing from this scenario is any evidence that could support an inference that [the employer] intended to discriminate against [the employee] on any prohibited basis....the employer wanted to keep the employee but was unable to do so after receiving a FNC from E-Verify". To read the final decision, please click here

Friday, August 2, 2013

Marks Gray Attorney Jill F. Bechtold Named Chair of Girls, Inc. of Jacksonville

Marks Gray, P.A, is pleased to announce that on July 1, 2013, Of Counsel, Jill F. Bechtold was named Chair of the Board of Directors for Girl’s Inc. of Jacksonville, the local chapter of the Girl’s Inc. not-for-profit national organization. Ms. Bechtold was first named to the Board of Directors in 2011 and became the Board’s Chair of the Resource Committee in 2012. During her time as the Resource Committee Chair, Ms. Bechtold helped to create and launch the young professionals division of the Board, G.I.R.L.S. (Girls Inc. Rising Leaders Society). She also led the organization’s fundraisers and promoted partnerships with local community members, including the United Way and Jacksonville Children’s Commission. Ms. Bechtold joined Marks Gray in May 2013. She has a civil litigation practice focusing primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, business litigation, medical and professional liability defense, and professional licensing. Ms. Bechtold received her B.A., (2002) and her J.D. (2005) from the University of Florida. Ms. Bechtold is a licensed member of the Florida Bar. She began her legal career in Miami, Florida defending the cruise line industry in commercial litigation and maritime cases. Since moving to Jacksonville in 2006, Ms. Bechtold has been a member of the Jacksonville Bar Association, Jacksonville Area Defense Counsel, St. John’s Chamber of Commerce and Florida Defense Lawyer Association. She has also been a participating member of the Jacksonville Area Legal Aid Referral Service and Jacksonville Bar Association Legal Referral Service. Ms. Bechtold has been a Rising Star in 2012 and 2013 by Florida Super Lawyers® Magazine. Marks Gray, P.A. is a multi-faceted law firm with offices in Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach. The firm’s attorneys specialize in providing highly personal service while offering clients an experienced legal team whom specialize in a broad spectrum of practice areas. The lawyers at Marks Gray represent national, regional and local clients in a variety of matters. The firms diverse practice includes extensive commercial and professional liability and tort defense litigation as well as banking, real estate, business law, probate, tax law, estate planning, immigration and workers’ compensation. To learn more about Marks Gray, please visit the website,

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Representing E. Williams American Inn of Courts, Attorney M. Allison Hunnicutt Visits Inns of Courts in England and Ireland

Shareholder Allison Hunnicutt and another fourteen member delegation including six lawyers, two Judges and family members representing the E. Robert Williams American Inn of Court of Jacksonville embarked on an eight day visit of the English Inn of Courts in London and the Kings Inn of Ireland in Dublin from April 20-29, 2013. To read more about the visit, and how Ms. Hunnicutt spotted law partner and friend Giselle Carson, among 37,000 runners, running the London Marathon, please click here.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

USCIS Accepting Same-Sex Marriage Petitions

In a July 2013 statement, Secretary Janet Napolitano stated, "effective immediately, I have directed USCIS to review visa petitions filed on behalf of same-sex spouse in the same manner as those filed on behalf of an opposite-sex spouse.; USCIS provided answers to frequently asked questions same-sex legally married couples may have regarding ensuring the Court's decision and its implications for securing benefits. to read the FAQ's click here.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Marks Gray Immigration Update, July 2013

Headline article: Historic Immigration Legislation Passed by the Senate

In a 68-32 vote, the Senate passed a sweeping immigration reform bill, S.744. After
many revisions, compromises and debates, Senators showed their overwhelming support
for the legislation and appealed to the House of Representatives to keep the momentum
going.  Click here to read more.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Gotta Have Faith! Applying Good Faith Defenses Against I-9 Violations

Shareholder Giselle Carson shares how employers can benefit from the 'good faith' defense in her article published in the July SHRM Jacksonville newsletter, HR Matters. Click here to read the entire article.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Jeptha F. Barbour and Tyler J. Oldenburg Featured in IADC’s Medical Defense and Health Law Newsletter

In the January, 2013 issue of IADC’s Medical Defense and Health Law, Attorneys Jeptha F. Barbour and Tyler J. Oldenburg discuss the effect of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling on the enforceability of arbitration agreements for physician practices.  To view the newsletter, click here.

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A Summary of New Medical Malpractice Legislation

On June 5, 2013 Governor Rick Scott signed two bills that will drastically change medical negligence litigation in Florida.  Attorney Tyler J. Oldenburg summarizes this important new medical malpractice legislation in a Marks Gray update.  Click here to view his summary.  

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Gay Married Man in Florida Becomes First to Receive Approved Immigrant Petition After DOMA Decision

A Bulgarian immigrant, who had been living and studying in the U.S. for many years in order to preserve his documented status, was having dinner with his American husband Friday when they received notice that USCIS had approved his immigrant or “green card” petition.  Traian Popov became the first immigrant of a same sex marriage to receive this approval since the Supreme Court’s decision striking Section 3 of DOMA last week.  The Court’s recognition of same sex marriage allows couples to seek the federal benefits that come with matrimony, including legal permanent residency.  USCIS has logged each same-sex couples’ application that had been denied in the past two years, anticipating a movement towards marriage equality, and will reverse those denials without the couples having to reapply for their visas.  We are expecting further USCIS guidance on this issue and will provide updates.  

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Michael McCoy Speaks at FMIT Conference

Attorney Michael D. McCoy  presented with other attorneys at the regional conference of Florida Municipal Insurance Trust members on the topic of Spoliation of Evidence from the Members' Perspective.  Spoliation of evidence is when evidence in a claim is destroyed or repaired, even accidentally, without someone documenting its immediate post-claim state. This can lead to additional claims for damages against a FMT members. Following the conference, they asked Mike McCoy to give a workshop on spoliation of evidence and proper documentation to about 30 Palatka employees. This workshop provided members with increased awareness on the importance of this issue. 

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Marks Gray is one of Jacksonville's Healthiest Companies!

It’s true!   We are one of the healthiest companies in Jacksonville. The Spring Fitness Challenge, The Biggest Loser Contest and Marks Gray's healthy breakfast program helped to contribute to being named one of Jacksonville’s Healthiest Employers in the small company category (less than 100 employees). 

Cheers to our dedicated Wellness Committee for providing a solid foundation for better eating, healthier work environment and fun (and a little competitive) events to keep employees motivated! 

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Mary Bland Love and Jill Bechtold Speak at First Radiation and Oncology Group (F.R.O.G.)

Mary Bland Love and Jill Bechtold presented for the First Radiation & Oncology Group (F.R.O.G.) at Deerwood Country Club. The group was created in 1957 and is led by two of Mary Bland’s clients, Dr. Paryani and Dr. Kuruvilla. The topic of discussion was “Recent Changes to Medical Malpractice Law” and “Managing Your Risk of Being Sued.”

Dr. Paryani and several of the oncologists raved about their experiences with Mary Bland and encouraged everyone in the group to contact Marks Gray for any medical malpractice issues. The seminar encouraged a lively discussion between our attorneys and the doctors regarding prudent practices and managing their exposure in negative outcome situations. 

The doctors were very impressed with Mary Bland’s thorough knowledge of risk management procedures and were very engaged when she provided real life examples from prior cases of why something is or is not encouraged. The doctors were very pleased to be able to ask important (and in some cases extremely timely) questions and many stopped her on the way out for additional business cards and advice.

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Monday, June 24, 2013

Stretch Your Professional Profile with LinkedIn

Are you connected on LinkedIn? Do you tweet or have a blog? If you would like to know more about how to use LinkedIn to bring your practice to the next level, please click here to read Giselle Carson's article in the AILA newsletter, IPN (Immigration Practice News)