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Marion A. Quina Jr
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Marion A. Quina, Jr.

Counsel - Mobile, Alabama
PH: (251) 345-8255
Fax: (251) 344-9696
Email: Marion
PH: (251) 345-8248
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PH: (251) 344-8237

Marion is counsel in the Mobile office where his practice focuses on corporate, admiralty and maritime, real estate and probate law.

His practice relates heavily to the transportation industries including representations of automobile dealerships and truck dealerships, tire and accessory related product businesses and the representation of virtually all types of businesses related to the maritime industry. In his practice, he has incorporated and remained as corporate counsel for numerous start-up businesses, many of which have become substantial. His practice is a combination of transactional and litigation matters in his primary areas.

In addition to his law practice, Marion continues to be very involved with numerous organizations. He currently serves on the Boards for American Cancer Society (Mobile County), Infirmary Foundation (Vice Chairman), Bay Area Food Bank and Victory Health Partners.

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  • Representation of a client in the purchase of an existing auto parts franchise from the then current owner, including negotiation of the franchise with the national franchise owner.
  • Representation of an automobile dealership in the purchase of a dealership in an asset purchase and attendant representation and negotiation and obtainment of a dealer agreement with the auto manufacturer.
  • Representation of a client to develop exit strategies in a closely held corporation and/or to negotiate with the other shareholder to establish a buy-out agreement price and/or to negotiate shareholder agreements acceptable to shareholders of the closely held corporation for a buy-out in the event of death or other reasons.
  • Served as counsel pursuing multi-million dollar damages in federal court litigation surrounding a vessel breakaway during Hurricane Katrina. Multiple issues were involved including defendant claims of limitation of liability, the initial burden of proof in the litigation and Act of God defenses.