Monthly Archives: May 2020


We build and maintain an environment in which creative people thrive. At DGW Kramer, we value the people leading our Firm, its practice groups, offices, departments, and initiatives. We encourage our diverse lawyers and staff to lead within the legal community, and we regularly publish and present on a variety of cutting-edge issues.
Leadership Unveil the best quality of our people
Diversity is the essential feature of the firm, in which people value individual and group differences, respect the perspectives of others and communicate openly. We have made considerable progress in advancing opportunities for minorities, finding ways to create career pathways for people from diverse backgrounds. By hiring people from diverse cultures and with diverse backgrounds and experiences, we gain the essential perspective necessary for achieving our business objectives around the world.
Diversity Strength in the differences
At DGW Kramer, we built a firm tailor-made to the needs and opportunities of the 21st century global economy. With attorneys and staff across the United States and close affiliations with overseas firms, we can provide clients with assistance adjusted to their own unique needs and expectations. We effectively leverage technology to provide a streamlined approach to legal services, allowing us to provide cost-effective representation for our clients.
Innovation Common sense, uncommon approach

DHS Proposes Merit-Based Rule for More Effective and Efficient H-1B Visa Program

On November 30, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (hereinafter the “Proposed Rule”) that would require petitioners seeking to file H-1B cap-subject petitions to first electronically register with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) during a designated registration period. Under the proposed rule, USCIS would also reverse the

Chinese Companies Doing Business in Cuba Face Massive Exposure in Helms-Burton Act Lawsuits

By Perry Bechky and Amiad Kushner* On April 17, 2019, the Trump Administration opened the floodgates to lawsuits against parties “trafficking” in expropriated Cuban property, lifting a suspension of such lawsuits that had been in effect since 1996.  It is anticipated that many lawsuits will be filed under the federal law permitting such lawsuits, known

What makes us different makes us better.