Kim Weber focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation matters and represents clients in a variety of high-stakes litigation in state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey. Her litigation experience involves pretrial procedure and discovery, electronic discovery, briefing and arguing motions, taking and defending fact witness and corporate representative depositions, appellate practice, and post-judgment discovery and collections. Kim’s representative matters for diverse individual and corporate clients informs her flexible, problem-solving approach to litigation, 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 in the representation of clients in all stages of litigation, from inception through appeal. She was also a law clerk for the Hon. Susan L. Reisner, P.J.A.D. in New Jersey’s Appellate Division.
During law school, Kim was a member of the Seton Hall Law Review as 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 also a student advocate in Seton Hall’s Civil Rights and Constitutional Litigation clinic, and worked as a summer intern for the Hon. Claire C. Cecchi, U.S.D.J.