Kimberli A. Williams is a strategic client advisor who has counseled and represented private and public employers in various aspects of state and federal employment law. As a litigator, Kimberli’s practice includes representation of employers in both single-plaintiff and wage and hour class action matters. More recently, she has also negotiated favorable outcomes in Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) disputes.
On the client counseling and advising front, Kimberli has assisted clients in implementing policy changes under the Department of Labor and provided employee training during new policy rollouts. She also counsels employers on day-to-day issues regarding:
- Employee discipline and termination
- Workplace investigations
- Medical leaves
- Wage and hour compliance
Prior to joining Littler, Kimberli worked as an associate at a law firm in Indianapolis. While practicing in Indianapolis, she defended employers in the employment law context and defended assisted living facilities in the long-term care industry before courts and arbitration panels.
While in law school, she was an extern for Chief Judge Jane E. Magnus-Stinson of the Southern District of Indiana. She also served as an articles editor for the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies and was appointed director of competitions for the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Team.