Kimberly A. Gilmour

Kimberly A. Gilmour is an Of Counsel to Saenz & Anderson, PLLC. Kimberly brings a keen understanding of the effect of conflict on a company’s bottom line as well as the benefits of mediation for both companies and individuals. She is a Florida Supreme Court certified mediator for circuit and county courts, and serves as a public arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Better Business Bureau – Auto Line. Kim is a Mediator for the United States District Court – Southern District and Middle District of Florida, where she conducts numerous mediations involving wage and hour issues. In March 2001, she completed the Florida Supreme Court Arbitrator Training Program.

In addition to her accomplishments in the areas of mediation and arbitration, she is further focused on assisting clients involved in employment law challenges, from individuals to major corporations. She provides counsel for compliance on workforce issues, guidance for employment handbooks, manuals, policies, procedures, contracts and training. Her extensive litigation experience includes cases alleging wage and hour violations to age, sex, race and disability discrimination, as well as administrative matters heard before Federal and State agencies. She handles issues involving landlord/tenant, real estate and contract disputes. Kimberly has an extensive background in drafting and reviewing contracts and agreements.

Kimberly joined the Law Firm of Tripp Scott in 1985, becoming its first female partner in 1992. In 2000, she decided to pursue her career goals and established her own law practice, Kimberly A. Gilmour, P.A.

A graduate of the College of New Rochelle with a bachelor’s degree in history and political science, she received her Juris Doctor degree in 1984 from Nova Southeastern University’s Law Center. She was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1985 and to the Federal District Court Trial Bar in 1994.

An established leader in her profession and the community, Kimberly has served as the chair of the Equal Opportunities in the Profession Section of the Florida Bar, and is a past-president of the Broward County Women Lawyers Association and the Federal Bar Association, Broward County Chapter. She is an active member of the Broward County Bar Association and its Board of Directors, currently representing the Southwest members. Kimberly was a Director of the Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators, and is serving on the United States District Court, Southern District Mediation Committee, since 2007. She is a past president of the Healthy Mothers-Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County, Inc., and a prior member of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). In recognition of her leadership and service to the community, Kim received NAWBO’s “VISTA AWARD”. In 2000, she was named among the American Cancer Society’s AWomen of the Year@.

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