Flagler Law Group has announced a major rebranding as it prepares to enter its 15th year. The firm’s new logo, color treatment and website reflect its mission to provide trusted counsel to those who publish and teach Christian messages. Mountains remain a central theme in the brand, alluding to the solid foundation of the Gospel, the role its attorneys serve as experienced guides through challenging situations, and the geographic location of its two offices. FLG is a boutique law firm specializing in the intellectual property needs of Christian publishers, ministries, churches, seminaries, and other content organizations.
As an EPA benefit partner, Flagler Law Group offers EPA members a Legal Hotline on issues regarding publishing with a 30% discount off regular rates. Learn more about the program here. They have also led workshops at EPA conventions on legal issues impacting periodical publishing.
“The design of the new logo points to our origins in the book industry and the life-changing works our clients publish,” said Managing Partner Brian Flagler. “We chose a shade of blue, a color associated with depth, trust, and loyalty, to reinforce our role as advisors who keep our client’s best interests first. Our goal is always to find a solution which furthers their mission.”
The new website boasts a refreshed and modern design as well as updated copy throughout.
Flagler Law Group is led by Managing Partner Brian Flagler (left), formerly of Multnomah Publishers, who practices in the firm’s North Carolina office and Senior Associate Craig Gipson (right), author of many articles on the publishing industry, who practices in the firm’s Oregon office. Gayle Sawyer (center) is a paralegal and the office manager. Maria Douglass (not pictured) is a legal assistant.
To the view the new site, visit flaglerlawgroup.com.
Posted Feb. 11, 2020