In her decades of NACDL membership, Ginsberg has chaired and co-chaired the Amicus, Asset Forfeiture and International Law Committees. She previously served on the Board of Directors in 2012, and she also served two prior terms on the Board between 1998 and 2005. She has served on several Nominating Committees and executive director screening task forces, as well as receiving three presidential commendations. She has also served on the National Security, International Law, Sex Offender Policy, and Death Penalty Advisory Committees. This past year she served as NACDL’s Parliamentarian.
The special grand jury for the Geer case consists of nine Fairfax residents, Lieberman said, selected last month by Chief Fairfax Circuit Court Judge Bruce D. White without the participation of prosecution or defense lawyers, as Virginia law requires.
Claims of tortious or wrongful interference are becoming more common these days. Recently, the federal district court in Alexandria roundly rejected such a claim in a lawsuit that presented an unusual set of circumstances. In his lawsuit, Stephen Stradtman contended that Republic Services improperly reduced purchases from the company for which Stradtman was CEO in order to pressure Stradtman to have his wife drop a discrimination lawsuit she had filed against Republic. Stradtman did not do so, however. Instead, he resigned as CEO and filed suit against Republic for tortiously interfering with his employment.
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