Profiles of Northern Virginia Attorneys
About our team
The firm is managed by Bernard J. DiMuro. Mr. DiMuro has nearly more than 30 years' experience and has tried more than 200 cases. He is recognized as an experienced and skilled litigator, especially in the Federal Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, oftentimes known as "The Rocket Docket." Mr. DiMuro is also a well-known authority on Professional Liability & Ethics and served as President of the Virginia State Bar from 2002 to 2003.
Nina J. Ginsberg, a founding partner with over 30 years of experience, is a nationally recognized criminal defense litigator. Her practice concentrates on complex criminal trial and appellate litigation, with a focus on national security issues including access to classified information, security clearances and terrorism litigation, white collar investigations and prosecutions, fraud, computer crime, and professional ethics. She has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the George Washington University Law School and is a frequent lecturer on emerging criminal law issues.
Michael S. Lieberman is a founding partner whose many years of practice include the successful litigation of numerous complex civil and criminal matters with a particular emphasis in the federal and state appellate court system. Mr. Lieberman is the co-author of "Attorneys Fees and Sanctions – Virginia and Federal Courts" published in August 2012 by Virginia CLE. In 1995 Mr. Lieberman received a Public Justice Achievement Award from the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice.
Jonathan R. Mook is a nationally recognized expert in employment law, particularly the Americans with Disabilities Act. He is an author of two Matthew Bender treatises on the Americans with Disabilities Act and is an editor for the Virginia Employment Law Letter. He represents employers and businesses on matters relating to employment law, business torts and business disputes.
John M. Tran is a partner in the firm of DiMuroGinsberg, P.C. The diversity of his 25-year career as a Virginia trial lawyer is reflective of the docket in the Circuit Court. He spent five years as an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney and served as a federal prosecutor in Alexandria. After returning to private practice in a small firm, his practice broadened to include the defense of criminal cases and the representation of civil litigants in matters ranging from simple contract disputes to complex commercial litigation, family law actions, and multi-jurisdictional proceedings, while remaining active in local Bar activities.
C. Thomas Hicks III complements the firm's litigation practice with the benefit of nearly 30 years business practice experience in Northern Virginia. He represents clients in business organization, capital and debt financing, lending, general business company governance, employment, executive compensation and wealth planning, among other areas.
Stephen L. Neal, Jr. is a highly skilled litigator whose practice primarily focuses on complex civil and commercial litigation. He brings a broad range of experience to DiMuroGinsberg along with an outstanding record of successful outcomes in state, federal and appellate courts, and arbitration panels.
Stacey Rose Harris is a graduate of the University of Virginia's School of Law and a summa cum laude graduate of Furman University. Ms. Harris is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia , the Fourth Circuit and the District of Columbia. Her practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation in federal and state courts and assists with the litigation of complex criminal matters.
Sara M. Sakagami earned her law degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law. Prior to joining the firm, she worked for the Office of the Public Defender for the City of Alexandria, where she tried criminal cases in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and participated in Circuit Court case proceedings.
Taylor S. Chapman is a recent graduate of the George Mason School of Law and a junior associate to the firm. Ms. Chapman interned at the Fairfax Circuit Court for the Honorable Judge Robert Smith and was active in her law school's Trial Advocacy Association and Moot Court Board.
Rachael E. Luzietti is the firm’s newest junior associate. She is a graduate of Vermont Law School and is admitted to practice in Virginia and Massachusetts. Her practice areas include Business and Corporate Law and Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning.
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