Business enabling privacy attorney
NY, NJ, IAPP CIPP/US, IAPP CIPP/E
"Kim under promised and over delivered. I would highly recommend Kim for any HIPAA or..."
She also advises clients on digital advertising and marketing law and software licensing matters.
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"This is my second time working with Kim and she was as awesome to work with as the first."
"It was a pleasure working with Kim. She was very knowledgeable and patiently addressed all of my questions and concerns. As a result of this positive experience, I've immediately rehired her for another project."
"I've worked with Kim a few times on HIPAA-related issues, and she is awesome to work with. Knowledgeable, clear communicator, always sticks to deadlines and doesn't over-complicate things. I'll work with her again in the future."
"Knowledgeable, helpful and reasonable. Kim is great, and I'll continue to work with her."
"Kim was very knowledgable in the privacy area and very, very easy to work with. I am a very happy customer."
"Kimberly did an excellent job. She was extremely thorough and timely, and I look forward to working with her again."
Goldberg Law Firm, LLC
Jan 2014 - Present
Provide commercial litigation services to law firms, including legal research, motions, and discovery services. Advise small businesses and law firms regarding data privacy and protection issues.
Kimberly Goldberg, Esq.
Jan 2012 - Jan 2014
Provide legal services to boutique firm specializing in breach of contract and commercial litigation. Conduct legal research, draft motions and other pleadings, conduct and manage discovery, and assist with trial preparation.
Jan 2005 - Jun 2010
Represented unsecured creditor committees in large chapter 11 cases for Am Law 200 firm. Drafted and defended motions, analyzed complex financial contracts and agreements, and represented creditors in chapter 11 plan negotiation.
Represented litigation trust in adversary proceeding for return of $376 million in bond redemptions.
Assisted litigation team in dismissal of $1 billion claim by Federal Guaranty Insurance Corporation against German banking client.
Mar 2000 - Jul 2001
Managed project to create and implement Scholastic.com website’s universal sign-on functionality.
Represented Scholastic at the Federal Trade Commission Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) workshops when that law was first implemented. Worked with in-house counsel to ensure our functionality complied with COPPA.
Mar 1999 - Mar 2000
One of the first employees at start-up building an online RFP system. Developed product specifications and acted as product liaison to the software development team. Assisted with recruitment and hiring, sales and operations.