Jackson Spalding Adds Real Estate, Professional Service Clients
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Jackson Spalding Adds Real Estate, Professional Service Clients

Jackson Spalding has added several new clients in the professional services, real estate and consumer sectors.

Paul Holmes

ATLANTA—Jackson Spalding has added several new clients in the professional services, real estate and consumer sectors.

The firm’s real estate practice has significantly expanded its support of local and regional organizations, including Barry Real Estate, a full-service commercial real estate firm specializing in office development, marketing and management, for PR support for Allen Plaza; Cumberland Community Improvement District, a public-private financing mechanism to provide funding for infrastructure improvements, for strategic counsel and media relations; Jamestown Properties, a real estate investment and management company, for strategic counsel; PM Realty Group, a privately held real estate service organization, for media relations; Trust for Public Land, a national nonprofit land conservation organization, for strategic counsel, collateral development and positioning; and Urban Realty Partners, an urban development company, for naming, media relations and special events.

The firm’s professional services practice has been engaged by Asbury Newton, a structured settlement consulting firm, for website design; Magnet Bank, a new commercial loan bank, for marketing and PR support; and  The Mom Corps, a staffing resource for U.S. companies seeking part-time and contract professional services, for national launch and media relations.

In the consumer sector, the firm has recently worked with Jigsaw Health, an Internet resource for chronic conditions, for marketing strategy and media relations; and United Community Bank, the third largest bank holding company headquartered in Georgia, for market launch and positioning, financial communications and annual report writing.

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