Monthly Archives: March 2021

TESTIMONIALS

Ms. Lockhart worked on my National Interest Waiver case and then my Adjustment of Status case. She kept me up to date on my cases and was very responsive, often responding to me within 24 hours. She has a wealth of experience and it showed clearly. Overall, working with her was wonderful!
Valerie Were Environmental Social Scientist
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

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear International Arbitration Appeal With Significant Impact on Discovery in Cross-Border Disputes

On March 22, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari review of a hotly contested issue of first impression regarding the application of 28 U.S.C. 1782 to private international arbitration.  The Supreme Court will be hearing the matter of Servotronics, Inc., v. Rolls-Royce PLC, et al., on appeal from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.  Section

What makes us different makes us better.