Kimbrilee Weber focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, including insurance coverage defense and subrogation matters. Her experience involves representing clients in multi-million-dollar breach of contract, bad faith, and tort claims in state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey. Kim’s prior experience litigating on behalf of both individuals and businesses informs her flexible, problem-solving approach to cases aimed at maximizing efficiency and positive outcomes for her clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Kim was an Associate at a boutique insurance litigation firm, where she assisted with representation of clients in all stages of litigation, from inception through appeal. She was also a law clerk for the Honorable Susan L. Reisner, P.J.A.D, in New Jersey’s Appellate Division, where she drafted case memoranda for review of Appellate Division judges and reviewed judicial opinions prior to their publication and dissemination.
During law school, Kim was a member of the Seton Hall Law Review as both an Associate Editor (2013-2014) and the Editorial Board’s Symposium Editor (2014-2015), and her Comment was published in the journal’s 45th volume. She was a student advocate in Seton Hall’s Civil Rights and Constitutional Litigation clinic, and also worked as a summer intern for the Honorable Claire C. Cecchi, U.S.D.J.