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 […]

What HR can do to prevent workplace violence?

News reports of yet another workplace shooting have become all too frequent in our media-saturated world. The seemingly constant reports of shootings makes clear to all employers the inconvenient truth that no workplace is totally immune from the possibility that a violent incident will occur. What are your obligations to protect your employees from acts […]

Employment Law Challenges for 2016

“2016 Federal Employment Law Outlook” was the subject of a webinar presentation by DiMuroGinsberg partner, Jonathan R. Mook, on January 5, 2016 for Business & Legal Resources. Jonathan’s presentation addressed such key federal agency initiatives as: The DOL’s proposed new overtime regulations; The EEOC’s strategic enforcement plan focusing on criminal background checks, protections for LGBT […]

Five DiMuroGinsberg attorneys to be listed in the 2016 Virginia Super Lawyers Magazine.

Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys 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. Congratulations to our Virginia and Washington DC Super Lawyers: Bernard J. DiMuro for Business Litigation Nina J. Ginsberg for Criminal Defense Michael Lieberman […]

Study Shows Disability Discrimination Continues Despite the ADA

It has been 25 years since Congress passed the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals with disabilities. Since then, the Act has empowered disabled individuals to obtain gainful employment and make significant contributions to our society. Despite that progress, a recent study has revealed that a substantial number […]

How to Market your Legal Practice in a Focused Niche

Jonathan Mook has gained a national reputation for his expertise in employment law and the ADA. In this Legal Marketing Launch podcast, Jonathan discusses his strategies for keeping abreast of current employment law issues and his three-pronged business development plan for establishing a reputation in a specific area of law. Listen to his podcast here