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KaiserDillon Partner Jennifer Short Participates in ABA’s First-Ever Virtual Trial Program

From July 7th to 9th, KaiserDillon Partner Jennifer Short was defense counsel for an imaginary chain of nursing homes accused of violating the civil False Claims Act, in a trendsetting and online-only mock trial program...

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KaiserDillon Wins “Pathbreaking” Title IX Case in the Sixth Circuit

In a decision that one prominent commentator calls “pathbreaking”, KaiserDillon’s Justin Dillon and Chris Muha secured victory in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit for a client whose expulsion from Oberlin...

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Emily Voshell to Coordinate KaiserDillon’s Pro Bono Efforts

Counsel Emily Voshell will coordinate KaiserDillon’s pro bono work, in addition to continuing her work representing clients. “I am thrilled that Emily will be taking a leadership role in our pro bono work,” Managing Partner...

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KaiserDillon PLLC Recognized Again by The Legal 500 for White-Collar Criminal Defense

KaiserDillon PLLC has been recognized in the 2020 United States edition of The Legal 500 for the category “Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense: Advise to Individuals” for its second consecutive selection. The Legal 500 identified KaiserDillon PLLC...

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KaiserDillon Works to Secure the Compassionate Release of Inmates

As part of KaiserDillon’s long-standing commitment to criminal justice reform and pro bono work, the Firm has dedicated significant resources to securing the compassionate release of inmates throughout the country under the First Step Act. ...

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Scott Bernstein Authors Op-Ed in the Chicago Tribune: “The NCAA’s expansion of sexual violence policy is unfair to athletes”

In an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune, KaiserDillon attorney Scott Bernstein calls out the NCAA for its new sexual violence policy, which requires student athletes who want to transfer (a common occurrence in college sports)...

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Jennifer Short focuses on emerging health care fraud schemes and government enforcement efforts during “Fighting Fraud in a Pandemic: The False Claims Act’s New $2 Trillion Battlefield – Part II,” a Federal Bar Association webinar.

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Justin Dillon Quoted In the New York Times and Washington Post About New Title IX Regulations

When the Education Department issued its long-awaited Title IX regulations on May 6th, prominent media outlets asked Partner Justin Dillon to share his view of the new rules, given the firm’s deep experience in representing...

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