DGRead 21.06.01

Don’t Rush to Shed Those Masks; Rocket Docket Update; Go-To Lawyer for Employment Law; DG/30 Milestone

DGRead 21.05.15

Favoring Vaccinated Workers Could Cost Employers; Now I See You?; DiMuroGinsberg Partner Presents Webinar on COVID Related Leave; DG/30 Milestone

DGRead 21.05.01

The Ultimate Employment Guidebook; Rocket Docket Update; ADA Questions for the EEOC; Nina Ginsberg Joins Class of 2021 Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame: DG/30 Milestone

DiMuroGinsberg Partner Presents Webinar on Emerging ADA/COVID-19 Issues

The “ADA at Thirty: 2020 Recap and What to Expect in 2021” was the subject of a webinar presented by DiMuroGinsberg partner, Jonathan Mook, to the members of the International Municipal Lawyers Association on January 5, 2021.  Jonathan’s presentation gave an overview of significant ADA developments that occurred in the past year, particularly as they […]

DGRead 21.04.15

Ben DiMuro is Back with the Ethics Update for Virginia Lawyers; The ERA: RIP?; Employers Need to Brace Themselves for Wave of ADA Cases; DG/30 Milestone

THE ERA: RIP?

By: Jonathan Mook and Colete Fontenot In 2020, the Virginia General Assembly ratified The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), becoming not only the 38th state to endorse the Amendment, but also the final state to satisfy the required two-thirds majority needed to amend the U.S. Constitution.  Although equal rights activists celebrated Virginia’s passage of the ERA, […]

DGRead 21.04.01

How to Comply with Employee Covid-19 Leave Obligations; Fairfax County Civil Jury Trial Procedures: Fourth Circuit Upholds Shortened Limitations Period in Arbitration Agreement; DG/30 Milestone

Fourth Circuit Upholds Shortened Limitations Period in Arbitration Agreement

By:  M. Jarrad Wright and Jonathan R. Mook Over the last number of years, employers increasingly have been requiring employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of employment.  This trend has been on the uptick due to employer concerns about the ever increasing cost of court litigation and the potential for runaway juries […]

DGRead 21.03.15

Virginia Legalizes Recreational Pot, But Questions Remain; Virginia Enacts Limited Paid Leave; Virginia Creates Office of Civil Rights; DG/30 Milestone

Virginia Legalizes Recreational Pot, But Questions Remain

By:  M. Jarrad Wright The Old Dominion now has the “honor” of being the first state in the South and the sixteenth state in the nation to legalize marijuana.  With only hours to go before the end of this year’s legislative session, the State Senate and House of Delegates struck a compromise and passed a […]