Kimberly C. Sheridan is a partner in the Commercial Litigation, Employment Law, and Construction practice groups. Ms. Sheridan specializes in cases involving contracts and business torts. Her experience includes handling all aspects of litigation, from case investigation through and including trial.
Ms. Sheridan also represents companies in all aspects of employment law, including tort and contract claims, employment discrimination and sexual harassment litigation, employee benefits litigation, labor matters, ADA claims, violation of non-compete agreements, and retaliation claims.
In addition to her focus on commercial litigation and employment law, Ms. Sheridan has substantial experience in a broad range of practice areas including construction litigation, creditor’s rights work and real estate litigation.
- J.D., cum laude, University of Georgia School of Law, 2006
- B.A., summa cum laude, Political Science, University of Georgia, 2003
- B.A., summa cum laude, Spanish, University of Georgia, 2003
- Universidad de Valencia, Spain, Summer 2001
- United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia
- United States District Court, Middle District of Georgia
- State Bar of Georgia, Trial Section
- Gordon & Rees Diversity Committee
- Gordon & Rees Women’s Initiative, Atlanta Office
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (Nu Lambda Omega Chapter)
Community Involvement :
- Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
- Young Lawyers Division Executive Council, Member at Large (2012-2013)
- Young Lawyers Division Leadership Academy Graduate (2012)
- Won motion to dismiss on behalf of global engineering company in action arising from personal injuries allegedly sustained by flight attendant at the world’s busiest international airport
- Won summary judgment on behalf of multinational corporation involved in marketing and distributing food products brought by former employee who asserted a variety of post-termination claims relating to the alleged theft that resulted in his termination
- Negotiated dismissal of wage and hour lawsuit against the world’s leading provider of ERH remediation under the Fair Labor Standards Act
- Negotiated dismissal of race discrimination and retaliation claims against corporate owner of outpatient treatment centers for patients suffering from chronic kidney disease/end stage renal disease
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