Nina Ginsberg named DC Lawyer of the Year in Criminal Defense: General Practice.

DiMuroGinsberg is proud to announce that Best Lawyers in America© has named Nina Ginsberg Lawyer of the Year in Washington DC in the category of Criminal Defense: General Practice. Nina is a founding partner of DiMuroGinsberg and concentrates her nationwide practice on complex criminal trial and appellate litigation before federal and state courts. She represents […]

Effective Reporting Procedures Can Reduce Sex Harassment Claims

The importance of having effective employment procedures in place so that employees can report harassing conduct cannot be overstated. This advice recently was emphasized when a federal court jury rejected a female employee’s sexual harassment claim against the Salvation Army. The jury did so, in part, because when the employee complained about the harassment, the […]

Jonathan Mook to present at the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Las Vegas

DiMuroGinsberg is pleased to announce that Jonathan Mook will be presenting at the 21st Annual Advanced Employment Issues Symposium, one of the nation’s leading employment law conference, November 9-11, 2016 in Las Vegas. Jonathan will be presenting a session on ADA accessibility titled, ADA Accessibility: Current Legal Risks and Practical Solutions for Ensuring that Disabled […]

Equity Crowdfunding’s First Report Card

DiMuroGinsberg attorney, Kendall Almerico, is considered to be one of the top crowdfunding and JOBS Act attorneys in the country. In an article published by Entrepreneur magazine, Kendall reports on the first three months of the recently passed Title III of the JOBS Act and offers encouraging news for entrepreneurs and companies needing to grow […]

The Need for Police Training To Deal With Disabled Individuals

The recent fatal shooting of a deaf man in North Carolina highlights the critical need for police departments to train their officers on how to communicate with persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, or may have other types of disabilities that interfere with effective communication. An article discussing the tragic incident entitled, “Fatal […]

Federal Contractor Pays $500K to Settle OFCCP Claims

A half-million dollar settlement against a large Virginia employer serves to remind all Virginia federal contractors of the enforcement powers of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”), which regulates the employment practices of government contractors. An article discussing the OFCCP’s recent enforcement action, entitled “OFCCP Settles Race Bias Claims […]

Nina Ginsberg installed as Second Vice President of the Nation’s Criminal Defense Bar

On August 13, Nina Ginsberg was sworn in as Second Vice President of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) at the Association’s 59th annual meeting in Palm Beach, Florida. Nina has been an active member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for decades. She served three terms on the Board of […]

Five DiMuroGinsberg’s partners to be listed in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©.

The firm is proud to announce that the following attorneys have been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America© for their achievement in certain fields of law. Bernard J. DiMuro (Commercial Litigation, and Ethics and Professional Responsibility) Nina J. Ginsberg (Criminal Defense – General Practice and White-Collar) Jonathan R. Mook (Employment Law – Management) C. […]

Supreme Court to Review VA Transgender Bathroom Case

Transgender individual’s rights have become a headline issue in civil rights law. At the forefront of these often controversial discussions is the Gloucester County School Board case about a transgender high school student’s right to use the bathroom matching his gender identity. This case has spent the last year going back and forth between the […]

DiMuroGinsberg Secures Victory for Client in the Federal Circuit

InvestPic and the inventor, Samir Varma, appealed the PTAB’s decisions in two related re-examination proceedings, one initiated by IBM Corp. and SAS Institute Inc. and the other by SAS alone. The Federal Circuit agreed that the board erred regarding two claim phrases. For more information on the Court’s ruling, click here.