Kimberly practices in the areas of agriculture, international and corporate law, as well as civil litigation. She counsels businesses involved in the growing and distribution of perishable agricultural commodities and in maquiladora (twin plant) operations.
She represents U.S. entities with business dealings in both the United States and Mexico and many of their non-resident Mexican principals and related Mexican entities. Fluent in Spanish, Kimberly often works in conjunction with Mexican counsel to prepare agreements for international commercial transactions, including secured transactions.
Outside of work, Kimberly spends time with her family, including her five children and grandchildren. She enjoys hiking, playing golf, tennis, and cooking.
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