Kimberly's recent professional achievements include: Convinced opposing counsel to... more
Kimberly's recent professional achievements include: Convinced opposing counsel to dismiss based on arguments involving judicial estoppel, statutes of limitation, preemption, and lack of evidence of causation. Worked on teams that have had notable success and has personally had significant wins in major pharmaceutical cases, including success with motions to dismiss based on preemption a... view profile
I am an OSBA Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment Law representing employers... more
I am an OSBA Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment Law representing employers exclusively in the private and public sector. I have been chosen as one of the top 50 women lawyers in Ohio and one of the top 25 in Cincinnati by Super Lawyers since 2011.
The Law Office of John M. Williams, LLC is a minority owned law firm focusing in... more
The Law Office of John M. Williams, LLC is a minority owned law firm focusing in insurance litigation and defense in Cincinnati. The firm has a depth of experience and dedication in civil litigation and attorney John M. Williams has been accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to prepare and present claims for Veterans benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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