To chase, follow or take legal action against someone or something etc in order to catch them, attack them or to get a legal remedy etc.
Kimberly Martin is a litigator in Atlanta, Georgia who has over 25 years of experience in employment and wage & hour laws. Prior to founding Martin & Martin, Kimberly worked at several large national and international law firms representing corporations. In 2007, she and her partner, Tom Martin, founded Martin & Martin to represent employees and a select number of small businesses in all aspects of corporate, employment, and wage & hour laws. Kimberly is a trial attorney who unapologetically passionately fights on behalf of employees and in 2016, Kimberly received the second highest sexual harassment jury verdict in Georgia for the year for a sexual harassment and retaliation case. She represents employees in matters involving unpaid wages & overtime, discrimination on the basis of age, disability, race, religion, sex, and pregnancy, as well as retaliation, arbitration, litigation, mediation, EEOC Charges, DOL investigations, and the FMLA. She also defends employees in matters involving restrictive covenants and trade secrets. She limits the number of cases she takes so her clients are not part of a "litigation mill." Based on her prior experience in representing large corporations in litigation and day-to-day employment law matters, Kimberly also represents a select number of small businesses offering them very reasonably hourly rates and monthly retainer fees. She understands the sacrifices that small business owners make to run their businesses and she is honored to help protect them from legal claims and fight for them when a legal matter arises. She represents small businesses in a myriad of corporate, employment, and wage & hour matters, including contracts, restrictive covenants, company policies, EEOC Charges, DOL investigations, litigation, mediation, and arbitration. She is proud to provide her clients with excellent legal counsel while also ensuring that her attorney's fees are always reasonable. View More ›
J.D. (1996) | Law
B.A. (1992) | History