Mayor Hangs Out His Own Shingle

Walker, Susanne
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/15/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31863, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that Tallahassee Mayor John R. Marks has left his post as president of the minority-owned law firm Knowles, Marks & Randolph, leading the firm to change its name to Knowles & Randolph in Tallahassee, Florida. Decision of Marks to start his own practice as the reason why he left the law firm; Areas of specialization of the law firm.


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