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KaiserDillon Welcomes New Partner Jennifer Short

KaiserDillon PLLC is pleased to announce that Jennifer Short, a former Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District of Columbia, has joined the firm as Partner. Ms. Short brings to KaiserDillon broad experience helping healthcare providers and...

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Matt Kaiser Addresses Ethics Essentials at the 2018 Administrative Law Conference

On November 1, partner Matt Kaiser appeared on a panel presenting an Ethics CLE at the 2018 Administrative Law Conference. The course, entitled “Ethics Essentials: How to Avoid Problems and Pitfalls,” led attendees through a series of hypotheticals...

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William Pittard’s Letter to the FBI Regarding Kavanaugh Investigation

KaiserDillon partner William Pittard represents Deborah Ramirez, one of the women who have alleged sexual misconduct by U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Two letters from Mr. Pittard to FBI Director Christopher A. Wray can be found here. The letters attach affidavits...

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Matt Kaiser to Speak on AI and Investigations at the 2018 International Bar Association Conference 

On October 11, Matt Kaiser will present at the International Bar Association’s Annual Conference in Rome, Italy. The panel is called “Lawyers versus machines: how to understand artificial intelligence and the future of investigations.” The...

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Free Lunchtime Ethics CLE at KaiserDillon PLLC on October 29th

Procrastinators delight! Just in time for the Virginia CLE deadline, KaiserDillon is offering a free lunchtime Ethics CLE taught by Matt Kaiser on October 29th at noon. The course has been approved for Virginia Ethics CLE...

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Matt Kaiser Teaches CLE on Ethics and Criminal Defense for DC Bar

On Sept. 18, Matt Kaiser and Erika Stillabower, one of the Ethics Counsel who works for the D.C. Bar, taught a CLE for the DC Bar on Ethics and Criminal Defense. The CLE explored common...

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Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon in The Washington Post: Proposed Title IX Reforms Do Not Go Far Enough To Protect Due Process

On September 5, 2018, partners Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon published an opinion piece in The Washington Post regarding the Education Department’s proposed new rules aimed at improving due process in campus sexual misconduct cases....

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Justin Dillon Comments on Betsy DeVos’s Proposed Title IX Reforms in The Atlantic

Justin Dillon was quoted in an article in The Atlantic analyzing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s proposed reforms to Title IX as an effort to roll back what he viewed as the wild overreach that took...

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