Ms. Marsh provides representation to licensed professionals before administrative boards and agencies. She provides counsel to professionals facing ethics complaints or potential professional discipline. As a professional, Ms. Marsh appreciates the personal investment required to obtain and maintain a professional license. With this understanding, it is her goal to assist professionals with the resolution of client complaints and disciplinary matters in a manner that serves to protect their professional license, while maintaining the high standards of professional responsibility.
When a complaint is filed with the Florida Bar, it is reviewed by attorneys in the Attorney Consumer Assistance Program based in the Tallahassee, FL. Obtaining counsel at this initial step is important because the response submitted to the Florida Bar at this early stage may determine whether the complaint is dismissed or resolved with minimal sanction.
Applying to law school or for admission to the Florida Bar is one of the most important undertakings of your life. You should think carefully before proceeding with the application process.
Inventors seeking to patent inventions or persons trying to protect a brand name or other intellectual property rights should contact Ms. Marsh for help understanding and navigating the process through the United States Patent and Trademark Office. She provides representation in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications in fields such as radiation therapy, imaging technology, medical sciences, medical devices, computer software and hardware, mechanical, and other technical areas. Ms. Marsh has experience drafting patent applications, filing patent applications, drafting responses to office actions, preparing for and attending examiner interviews, attending to post allowance/issuance requirements and issues; and assessing and advising on patent infringement, patent protest, and reexamination proceedings.
Whether you are a start-up business, an established business, or individual requiring legal documents to operate or memorialize agreements, Ms. Marsh has experience drafting and reviewing a variety of contracts. Over the years, Ms. Marsh has drafted documents and agreements flowing from intellectual property rights; documents needed to memorialize business agreements; documents necessary to protect business interests; non-disclosure agreements; licensing agreements; operating agreements; and documents required for creating and organizing business entities. For whatever purpose, your transactional law needs will be met with attention to detail and efficiency.