Jonathan Mook is appointed to the Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities

Alexandria, VA — January 13, 2014 — DiMuroGinsberg is pleased to announce that Jonathan R. Mook, was sworn in as a member of the Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities.   Jonathan’s appointment was confirmed by the Alexandria City Council. Jonathan will serve as a representative from the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce on the Commission.

The ACPD advises the Alexandria City Council on issues relating to the needs of persons with disabilities and carries out the City Council’s initiatives to remove barriers to the disabled in housing, transportation, public accommodations, employment, health and social services, and education. In response to his appointment, Jonathan expressed his view that “by working together, advocates for persons with disabilities in the business community can make the City of Alexandria a better place for those who live, work, and visit this wonderful city.”

Further information about the Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities and the projects in which it is involved can be found on the City of Alexandria website

DiMuroGinsberg is a boutique litigation firm in Alexandria, Virginia. Our practice focuses on general and complex civil litigation in the areas of corporate and commercial, business torts, intellectual property law, criminal law, employment and labor law, and professional liability and ethics.

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