JSR Mechanical, Inc. v. Aireco Supply, Inc.

On April 21, 2016, the Virginia Supreme Court handed down an important opinion on Va. Code § 8.01-335(B).  The Court held that a trial judge does not have discretion when a plaintiff seeks reinstatement of his or her case within a one-year time period.  The Court was persuaded by the intended purpose of the statute, […]

Business attorney, Milton B. Whitfield joins firm

DiMuro Ginsberg proudly announces that Milton B. Whitfield has joined the firm. Milton is an experienced corporate, transactional and contracts lawyer who has extensive background in representing companies in complex corporate and technology transactions, including licensing and outsourcing of business processes, information technology, and related sourcing services. He advises clients on various government contracts, energy, […]

Kendall Almerico to present at the 2016 DC Wharton Summit

The DC Wharton Summit is the premier event for entrepreneurs, innovators and key leaders in DC.  Register for Kendall’s workshop, “Can New SEC Regulations Boost Your Startup Funding?” For companies that need funding (and who doesn’t?) the JOBS Act and crowdfunding seem like the magic answer to many capital raising problems. Are these new securities […]

Five DiMuroGinsberg lawyers named 2016 Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Super Lawyers recognizes lawyers who have distinguished themselves in the practice of law and who stand out in their respective practice areas. Less than 5% of the state’s lawyers receive this honor. DiMuroGinsberg congratulates our 2016 Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Ben DiMuro for Business Litigation Nina Ginsberg for Criminal Defense Michael Lieberman for […]

Ex-Fairfax Police Officer pleads guilty to manslaughter in shooting death of John Geer.

Adam Torres, the former Fairfax police officer who was charged with murder in the August 2013 shooting death of John Geer, plead guilty today to a charge of involuntary manslaughter. Prosecutors and the defense had agreed to a 12-month sentence for Torres, who has been in jail without bond, but Fairfax Circuit Court Judge Robert […]

Officer who shot John Geer took himself off the streets three times due to marital stress.

The Washington Post reports that Adam Torres, the Fairfax County Police Officer who shot and killed John Geer on August 29, 2013, had asked to be taken off the streets three times in the year preceding the August shooting because he was distraught over problems with his marriage. The Post reports that transcripts show that […]

Nina Ginsberg on NPR panel discussion

On March 15, Diane Rehm talked with a panel of guests about the debate over extending statutes of limitations for sexual assault. To help rape victims seek justice, some states are changing laws to allow prosecution decades later. Some criminal defense attorneys say this will lead to the conviction of innocent people. DiMuroGinsberg attorney, Nina […]

Protecting your Trade Secrets

DiMuroGinsberg attorney, Jayna Genti’s article, “Protecting your Trade Secrets from Former Employees” discusses a recent Virginia case involving a terminated employee who was able to remotely access the business’s computers. In this case, by the time the company learned of the unauthorized access of its computers and servers, substantial harm had already occurred. Fortunately, there […]

Aarhus University in Denmark presents “ Criminal Defense in America”

DiMuroGinsberg attorney, Andrea Moseley to discuss police shootings and participate in a panel on Criminal Defense in America in Demark on April 13. Andrea focuses her practice on defending individuals and companies accused of white collar crimes, financial fraud, copyright and trademark Fraud,  RICO matters, internet crimes,  money laundering, international monetary offenses, importation and distribution […]

Pro Bono: Balancing Justice v. Economic Award

Nathan Veldhuis’ notable pro bono case, In re Cesar Chumil, to be presented at the upcoming Virginia Trial Lawyers convention,  April 1, 2016. There are some cases trial lawyers take which need to be taken – not for the economic rewards, but in the interest of justice.  The Cesar Chumil case was one of those […]