Marlon A. Hill represents businesses, entrepreneurs and local and international governments in corporate, intellectual property, and government matters.
In addition to serving as outside general counsel to several companies, Marlon advises business owners on all aspects of starting and structuring their businesses and not-for-profit organizations, from drafting contracts and agreements to securing intellectual property, especially across the tourism, hospitality, and media and entertainment industries. Helping his clients grow and scale their companies, he counsels on corporate governance and strategic development. Marlon is also experienced in mergers, acquisitions, and reorganizations.
For international entrepreneurs and families, Marlon manages the filing of business and family immigration visa petitions for investor entrepreneurs, specialty occupation professionals, multi-national executive transferees, and entertainers, artists, and media talent.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Marlon has served as a civic leader in a number of roles across South Florida, especially with African-American and Caribbean-American communities. He has been featured as one of the “outstanding members of the emerging generation of South Florida business and professional leaders” by the Daily Business Review. He is also a past recipient of numerous awards, including the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Bill Colson Leadership Award, M. Athalie Range Foundation Bridge Builder Award, and the inaugural Miami Foundation Ruth Shack Community Leadership Award.
Marlon currently serves as a board member of the Miami Parking Authority, Kozyak Minority Foundation, and BMe Community. He recently served as a member of the board of directors for The Miami Foundation, Miami Book Fair International, and the Orange Bowl Committee, and is a past president of the Caribbean Bar Association. He is also one of the Inaugural Fellows in the Miami Foundation’s Miami Fellows Initiative, a signature local leadership development program. Marlon keeps the community engaged through his weekly civic commentary, “The People’s Politics”, on Caribbean Riddims, WNMA 1210AM, every Saturday at 4 p.m., has penned op-ed articles in the Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel covering issues of civic interest, legal concern, and social or cultural impact, and has made recurring contributions to WPLG Local 10’s “This Week in South Florida” Roundtable.
Beyond his law practice, Marlon occasionally serves as MC/DJ host for local bar associations and special events in South Florida and as a host of countless weddings for colleagues in and out of the profession. He also volunteers with the Brownsville Middle School Law Academy and the Emmaus Ministry of St. Louis Catholic Church.
Florida State University College of Law, J.D., with honors
University of the West Indies, Faculty of Law, Barbados, Summer Program
Florida State University, B.S., International Business & Finance, cum laude
Universidad de Costa Rica, Colegio del Comercio, San Jose, Exchange Program
Don’t weaponize migrants for political sport. Enact humane, constructive immigration reform, Miami Herald, September 30, 2022
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