Kimberly’s practice focuses on commercial disputes and administrative law, with expertise in professional regulation.
Kimberly acts for companies in a wide range of industries in matters involving allegations of breach of contract and negligence, shareholder disputes, claims against directors and officers, and disputes over business valuation. She regularly represents clients at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s Commercial List, a court specializing in commercial matters.
Kimberly provides strategic advice to professional colleges, assists in drafting regulations, and has acted as independent legal counsel to the Discipline and Fitness to Practice Committees of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. She has also acted in professional negligence and regulatory matters.
Kimberly has appeared before administrative tribunals, all levels of court in Ontario, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Prior to joining Fasken LLP, Kimberly clerked at the Ontario Court of Appeal for the Honourable Justices Goudge, Juriansz and Ducharme.
As part of Kimberly’s pro bono practice, she successfully represented the Canadian Civil Liberties Association in striking down the mandatory minimum sentence under the Criminal Code for possession of a loaded firearm in R v. Nur, 2015 SCC 15.
She is a current member of the 10+ Standing Committee of the Advocates Society and a past member of the Young Advocates Standing Committee of the Advocates Society.
Kimberly is ranked as a Future Star in Litigation by Benchmark Litigation and in Benchmark’s “40 and Under Hot List” for 2020.