By Corey Pray DiMuroGinsberg, PC This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The enactment of the ADA in 1990 was a major step forward for persons with disabilities in the United States, many of whom faced significant forms of discrimination in the workplace. Corey Pray spoke with Jonathan R. […]
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By Stacey Rose Harris DiMuroGinsberg, PC Plaintiff Richard Robbins sued Sentara Hospital in Norfolk Circuit Court, alleging that he suffered permanent injury to his bladder following knee surgery, due to negligent bladder management by the nursing staff (likely arising out of catheter care). During discovery, Robbins’ counsel did not disclose that Robbins had visited a […]
The 2020 Virginia legislative session increased statutory protections for workers to an unprecedented degree. These new protections will begin taking effect on July 1st. On June 2 DiMuroGinsberg held for an informative webinar on these significant changes to Virginia’s employment laws. A panel of DiMuroGinsberg attorneys will address such important developments as: New protections for […]
New Virginia Worker Protections: What You need to Know; Rocket Docket Update; Workplace Mental Health; DG/30 Milestone
Nina Ginsberg, Covid-19 and the Criminal Justice System; Johnny Depp Takes His Suit to Washington; What Have Your Attorneys Done for You Lately?; DG/30 Milestone
By Stacey Rose Harris DiMuroGinsberg, PC Judge Bruce White of the Fairfax Circuit Court has ruled that three out of the four statements on which movie star Johnny Depp has sued his ex-wife, Amber Heard, are actionable, and can go forward to trial. Although neither party lives in Virginia, because the Washington Post’s servers are […]
By Corey Pray DiMuroGinsberg, PC The COVID-19 crisis has substantially impacted the criminal justice system, creating new challenges for both criminal defendants and criminal defense attorneys. From the safety of inmates held in prisons, to delays in criminal dockets, to new technologies for attorney-client communications, the criminal justice system is facing a “new normal.” Nina […]
On Thursday, May 5, DiMuroGinsberg presented a webinar to assist you in understanding the new paid leave requirements. “The Families First Coronavirus Response Act: What you Need to Know” led by employment attorney Jonathan Mook included a wealth of information that we share with this audio and presentation.
Covid-19—It is an Opportunity to Profit at the Expense of Others; Jonathan Mook Takes His FFCRA Knowledge on the Road; Covid-19: Some People are not Playing Nice; DGwebinar—don’t forget May 5th; DG/30 Milestone
By Jarrad Wright DiMuroGinsberg, PC In this time of crisis, the federal government, state government and private industry are working on multiple fronts to respond to COVID-19 and to provide essential medical equipment and services to hospitals and those in need. While the pandemic has brought out the best in the vast majority of people, […]
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