Practice Areas

Jackson Law International handles a variety of litigation matters before state and federal courts, represents clients before administrative agencies, and assists in a number of business and real estate transactions, foreign judgment domestication cases, and corporate formation matters. In addition, Jackson Law International’s Personal Injury Division represents clients in all negligence based causes of action, which include, but are not limited to, personal injury, medical malpractice, maritime injuries, vehicular injuries, and wrongful death. In addition, our immigration division handles a broad array of immigration issues.

In those practice areas, the firm represents a wide array of domestic and international clients in an effort to meet their legal needs.  As to each of these areas of the law we encourage you to seek legal counsel before committing your time, energy, or financial resources.

We encourage you to review the information contained within the relevant practice areas in order for us to best meet your legal needs.  Our offices stand prepared to assist you in safeguarding your interests and minimizing the potential for future litigation.  In those matters where litigation is your only option, we will zealously represent your interests at the trial or appellate levels of state and federal courts.  Thank you for visiting our website, and we look forward to discussing with you your legal options in one of our offices.

Administrative Law

Appellate Law

  • Appellate Proceedings on all Civil and Administrative Matters

Intellectual Property, Trade Secrets, Trademarks, and Service Marks

  • Registration of Trade Secrets, Trademarks, and Service Marks
  • Intellectual Property Infringement Actions

Immigration Law

  •  E-1 Treaty Trader Visas
  •  E-2 Treaty Investor Visas
  • EB-5 Investor’s Visa
  •  H1-B Temporary Professional Worker Visa
  •  Family-Sponsored Permanent Residence
  •  J Waivers
  •  K-1 Visas for Fiancées of US Citizens
  •  L-1A Visa
  •  National Interest Waivers / Extraordinary Ability Permanent Residence
  •  Naturalization
  •  Permanent Residence Through Employment

Litigation Practice Areas

Private International Law

Transactional Law

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