Attorney Kim Kisner partners with clients and attorneys outside of Pennsylvania to serve as their local counsel in Pennsylvania’s state and federal courts. With over 20 years’ experience in employer defense in the local courts, Kim is well-positioned to support litigation attorneys, corporate and in-house counsel with as little or as much support as required.
Kim serves as local counsel in Allegheny County and throughout Pennsylvania for parties located outside of the county or, for federal matters, outside of the Western District of Pennsylvania. From pro hac vice admissions to offering guidance on local rules, judges, and mediators, to drafting motions and briefs or appearing at case management conferences, her services are customized to the needs of clients and attorneys. Kim is committed to ensuring her clients receive exactly the level of support they need in the most cost-effective manner possible.
There is no substitute for the local knowledge of an employer defense attorney who has worked for decades in the jurisdiction in which your litigation is taking place. Whether your firm needs help navigating the ADR requirements of the Western District of Pennsylvania, or guidance regarding administrative practice before the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, Kim will serve as your trusted local counsel.
Kim assists clients in a variety of state and federal employment litigation, including:
In additional to her extensive practice experience as a defense attorney for employers and her knowledge of state and federal courts in Western Pennsylvania, Kim Kisner offers the responsiveness and communication you need when coordinating litigation long-distance.
If your client has been sued in Western Pennsylvania, or you need a local attorney to assist with litigation in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, or Western Pennsylvania, contact Kim Kisner to schedule a consultation.
Kim Kisner provides representation throughout southwestern Pennsylvania including the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Westmoreland and Washington counties.