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Jax Daily Record Wednesday, Dec. 4, 201909:00 AM EST

Coleman Talley expanding practice in Jacksonville

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The law firm is building-out space at Wells Fargo Center.
by: Max Marbut Associate Editor

The Valdosta, Georgia-based law firm Coleman Talley LLP is expanding its presence in Downtown Jacksonville.

The city issued a permit for Dav-Lin Interior Contractors to build-out 3,730 square feet in Suite 3131 at Wells Fargo Center at a $399,328 job cost.

“Jacksonville is one of the fastest-growing markets in Florida, and we see great potential to increase our reach and capabilities to better serve our clients in the Southeast,” said Coleman Talley managing partner Justin Scott in a news release.

Partners Greg Clark and Mark Gilbert moved to Jacksonville from Valdosta in June and have been practicing in an office at Regus in Bank of America Tower.

Clark specializes in real estate development, focused on closing transactions financed with federal and state tax credits.

Admitted to The Florida Bar in 2008, Clark is a member of the American Bar Association Forum Committee on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law.

Gilbert was admitted to The Florida Bar in December 2018 and specializes in bankruptcy, creditor's rights, collections and civil litigation. He is a former special assistant attorney general for the state of Georgia.

Coleman Talley was established in 1937 and opened its second office in Atlanta in 2005. The firm has nearly 40 attorneys in Valdosta, Atlanta and Jacksonville.

Practice areas include business, government, litigation and estate planning. The firm's real estate practice specializes in affordable housing and community development.

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