DiMuroGinsberg is a litigation and business law firm located in Alexandria and Tysons Corner, Virginia. Our dedication to our clients shows in everything we do. We take the depth of our experience, innovative thinking and incredible caring attitude and apply it to each case for the best outcome for each client.
No matter what your legal issue, DiMuro is equipped to help you work towards a fair and equitable solution. We make sure you have a team of professionals with the know-how, intelligence and creativity to dive into your challenge as if it were their own.
The firm’s practice focuses primarily on general and complex litigation in the areas of corporate and commercial law, intellectual property, business torts, RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations), criminal law, white collar crime, employment law and professional liability and ethics. The firm’s growing corporate and business law practice offers services in the areas of contract law, corporate business transactions, commercial real estate, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, estate planning and wealth preservation to include many types of trusts.
Our true value comes in the form of the years of accumulated knowledge, our many years of trial experience and most importantly, our top-notch client service. The law firm is frequently asked up to act as lead or local counsel for out-of-state clients and law firms who must appear before the unusually efficient federal court in Alexandria, sometimes called “The Rocket Docket.”
Since 1990, DiMuroGinsberg has been AV®-Rated by the Martindale-Hubbell® law directory for consistently maintaining high professional and ethical standards. The firm’s lawyers are often noted by legal industry publications to be listed among their peers at the top of their fields.
The Best Lawyers in America
Best Law Firms, U.S. World & News Report
Washington DC’s Top Rated Lawyers, The American Lawyer
The National Trial Lawyers, Top 100 Trial Lawyers
Legal Elite, Virginia Business
Leaders in the Law, Dolan Media
Women Leaders in the Law in 2013