Kimberly M. Singer represents individuals and companies in various civil and criminal matters in both state and federal courts. She has particular experience representing clients in complex commercial litigation and white collar criminal matters with an emphasis on copyright litigation, employment litigation, environmental litigation, breach of contract disputes, and fraud and money laundering investigations.
Ms. Singer is also an active member of the firm’s renowned pro bono practice. She recently won a permanent injunction against the County of Los Angeles in federal court, thereby preventing an attempt to include an overtly religious symbol on the County Seal. This case garnered national attention and was highlighted as a signature matter by Law360.
Before joining the team at Caldwell Leslie & Proctor, Ms. Singer had a two-year clerkship with Magistrate Judge Jay C. Gandhi, United States District Court for the Central District of California. Prior to her clerkship, she was an associate at Paul Hastings LLP.
During law school, Ms. Singer was executive notes editor of the George Washington International Law Review, and participated in the Public Justice Advocacy Clinic.