Caribbean News – Caribbean Born Attorney, Civic Chief Joins Major Miami Regulation Company

Caribbean born attorney and South Florida civic leader, Marlon A. Hill, has joined top rated Miami law organization Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman, P.L.

Information Americas, MIAMI, FL, Weds. Feb. 3, 2021: Caribbean born lawyer and South Florida civic chief, Marlon A. Hill, has joined a prime Miami legislation company as counsel, the company introduced Tuesday.

Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman, P.L. claims it has “significantly bolstered its Miami office” with the addition of Hill, an seasoned and very qualified authorities and company attorney who has been deeply concerned in group leadership roles with South Florida’s multi-cultural communities. 

Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman, P.L. is a well known South Florida legislation organization serving company, governmental and specific consumers with an integrated array of qualified expert services which include commercial litigation, land-use and real estate regulation, design regulation, telecommunications legislation, labor and work law, authorities regulation and governmental relations. The firm has places of work in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Tampa.

Hill signifies neighborhood governments, enterprises and entrepreneurs in organization transactions, intellectual home and authorities issues concentrated in the hospitality, tourism, arts and entertainment and technologies sectors.

He works with advancement-oriented companies in South Florida and the Caribbean, encouraging them navigate the structuring, launch, and growth of their ventures and advocating for them just before state and local federal government entities.  

For intercontinental business people, Hill also manages the filing of business immigration visa petitions for trader business people, EB-5 specialty occupation pros, H1-B intra-organization transferees, L-1A, and entertainers, artists and media expertise, P/O. 

In the Caribbean, Hill serves as U.S. counsel to the Caribbean Resort & Tourism Affiliation, the Jamaica Vacationer Board, and multinational foods manufacturer, GraceKennedy.  He also maintains ties to bar associations all through the location. 

“Marlon provides knowledge and encounter that matches seamlessly with our firm’s concentrate on representing organizations and govt entities,” explained Partner and Miami Office environment Handling Director Mitch Bierman. “He provides major-tier associations with a massive range of neighborhood governing administration decision-makers in South Florida and provides us a great prospect to develop our presence in the Caribbean and the US Caribbean community. Higher than all, Marlon cares deeply about the South Florida neighborhood and gives back in a wide variety of ways.” 

Hill was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and elevated in Miami.  He is at this time a board member of the Miami Parking Authority, Kozyak Minority Foundation and BMe Community. He recently served on the board of directors for The Miami Basis, Miami Book Reasonable Global and Orange Bowl Committee, and is a earlier president of the Caribbean Bar Affiliation. Hill is also one particular of the Inaugural Fellows in the Miami Foundation’s Miami Fellows Initiative, a signature community leadership growth software. 

“I am thrilled to join a legislation agency with an unparalleled track file and shared belief in the worth of passionately advocating for customers and building a genuine variation in the communities it serves,” claimed Hill. “I glance forward to activating my interactions in a method that supports the firm’s small business and authorities techniques. With South Florida and the Caribbean jointly encountering substantial growth, the timing could not be far better.” 

Hill keeps the neighborhood engaged by means of his weekly civic commentary, “The People’s Politics,” on Caribbean Riddims, WNMA 1210AM, each and every Saturday at 4 p.m. pens op-ed article content in the Miami Herald and Sunlight-Sentinel covering concerns of civic interest, lawful problem and social or cultural influence and has created recurring contributions to WPLG Community 10’s “This Week in South Florida” Roundtable.  He also volunteers in the Emmaus Ministry of St. Louis Catholic Church. 

Hill attained his undergraduate and law degrees from Florida Condition College and finished examine overseas courses at Universidad de Costa Rica in San Jose and the College of Regulation software at the College of the West Indies in Barbados.