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Be Careful How You Word Your Arguments for ADA Rulings in the 8th Circuit; FedEx Learns A $2M Lesson; Reminder: DiMuroGinsberg is on the Move!

DGRead 23.05.15

DiMuroGinsberg Is on The Move!; Rocket Docket Updates; Could AI Revolutionize The Practice of Law?; Celebrate Memorial Day!

DGRead 23.05.01

If You Missed Ben DiMuro’s Legal Ethics Seminar, Not to Worry!; 50 Employment Laws in 50 States; May 14th is Mother’s Day!

DGRead 23.04.15

Get Up to Date on the Latest Changes in Legal Ethics with Ben DiMuro; EEOC Sues on Behalf of Employee Seeking to Telework Due to Covid-19 Health Risk; World Art Day!

DGRead 23.04.01

The Advent of Autism is Growing Exponentially!; Autism and the Judicial System; Happy Ramadan, Happy Easter; Happy Passover!

DGRead 23.03.01

A Texas Obesity Bias Case Raises Some Good Questions for Employers to Consider; Women’s History Month; Founding Partner Nina Ginsberg

DGRead 23.02.15

Black History Month Fun Facts; Rocket Docket Update; Recent ADA Developments; Happy Presidents Day!

DGRead 23.01.15

The New Normal Poses Challenges in Employment Law; Rocket Docket Update on Masking; Martin Luther King Day

DGRead 23.01.01

Employment Law Challenges in the New Normal; ADA Claims Hit New High; Long COVID Creates New Challenges in the New Normal

Personal Jurisdiction Can Be a Complex Concept

By: Jarrad Wright Deceptively simple, personal jurisdiction is one of the first concepts lawyers are taught in law school. At its most basic level, courts cannot hear civil cases against individuals or companies unless they have a connection to the state. It would be unfair for someone to be sued in a foreign state court […]