Kimberly Anderson joined the Robbins Firm in 2010, after serving as legislative counsel for Ranking Member Jeff Sessions on the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary. While Kimberly is well-versed in many areas of the law, her practice primarily focuses on administrative and regulatory matters, at both the State and Federal levels, and commercial business litigation. Kimberly successfully represents clients in all phases of the regulatory process from the administrative hearing to the appeal and excels in representing clients through complex business disputes with multiple parties, including government agencies.
While legislative counsel on the Judiciary Committee, she advised Ranking Member Sessions and other Republican Judiciary Committee members on pending judicial and executive nomination, including the nomination and confirmation of Justice Elena Kagan to the United States Supreme Court. Since joining the Robbins Firm, Kimberly has used these experiences to assist clients in reaching a solution that best fits their needs, whether or not that involves litigation.
Kimberly has litigated and arbitrated to conclusion or resolution matters including:
- Professional negligence claims involving attorneys, financial advisors, trustees and other fiduciaries;
- Licensure and investigatory matters in front of federal and state agencies, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Securities Exchange Commission, Georgia Drug and Narcotics Agency, Georgia Board of Pharmacy, Georgia Board of Nursing, Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole, Georgia Board of Realtors, Georgia Board of Medicine;
- Certificate of Need proceedings to establish health care facilities throughout the State of Georgia;
- Disputes among business partners for breaches of duties and contract;
- Misappropriation of trade secrets and claims under Lanham Act;
- Wrongful termination of executive-level employees.
Kimberly earned her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2009, where she was the Developmental Editor for the Law and Psychology Review and a board member of the Campbell Moot Court Board. She received her B.A. in International Studies and Spanish from the University of Mississippi in 2006 and graduated Phi Beta Kappa.