DGRead 19.03.15

Do We HAVE to Grant This ADA Request for Accommodation?; Ethically Presenting Experts, Accepted Truths vs. The Flat Earth Society; Rocket Docket Update; Ten-hut!

DGRead 19.03.01

Know The Rules…And, Follow Them; Rocket Docket update; Win Entrance to A Seminar Worth $199!

DGRead 19.02.15

DiMuro.com Launches Rocket Docket Page; Roanoke Newspaper and Former Sportswriter Settle Dueling Claims; 50 Employment Laws in 50 States

Roanoke newspaper and former sportswriter settle dueling claims

by Jayna Genti DiMuroGinsberg PC Readers will recall that last year we reported on the Roanoke Times’ lawsuit against its former sportswriter Andy Bitter over ownership of the @AndyBitterVT Twitter account and its followers (see “Who owns your company’s social media accounts?” on pg. 3 of our September 2018 issue and “Update on Roanoke Times’ […]

DGRead 19.02.01

Ethics with Ben DiMuro >What Are the Limits?; Sexual Orientation Discrimination; Nina Ginsberg—An Influencer

DGRead 19.01.15

Defamation in the Social Media Age; a Webinar with Jonathan Mook; Who Owns Your Company’s Social Media Accounts?

Virginia court examines whether sexual orientation is protected by federal law

by Corey Zoldan DiMuroGinsberg PC You might be surprised to learn that federal courts have not yet definitively decided whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination based on sex, also prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation. Recently, the U.S. district court in Lynchburg had the opportunity to address the […]

DGRead 19.01.01

Rocket Docket, Who Started It?; Update; OMG, How’s Your Performance?—a Webinar with Jonathan Mook

DGRead 18.12.15

Jonathan Mook’s updated chapter on litigation under the Americans with Disabilities Act; Rocket Docket update: Our Unsung Hero

ADA case tests limits of employee testing

by Corey Zoldan DiMuroGinsberg PC Regardless of its ultimate outcome, a still-developing disability case in federal court in Norfolk serves to emphasize that you need to proceed with caution when instituting tests—especially written tests—for current employees or job applicants. The case also highlights the critical distinction between a “disability” and an “inability” for purposes of […]