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Kimberley Johnson

Phone: +1 415.365.7497
3 Embarcadero Center, 26th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111

Kimberley Johnson represents corporate clients and public entities in a variety of complex commercial and employment litigation matters, including discrimination and retaliation, interference with contract, and breach of contract claims. She has counseled and defended clients in matters arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Equal Pay Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and various other federal and state laws.

During law school, Kimberley externed with the UCLA Title IX Office and the Oakland City Attorney's Office Labor & Employment group. She won Best Negotiation at two consecutive UCLA Transactional Law Meet competitions and won Best Negotiation and Best Draft at the National Transactional Law Meet regionals in 2017.


  • Rutgers University, B.A. (2012) summa cum laude
  • University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, J.D. (2017)


Admitted to practice: California

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"New California Law Requires Re-Hiring of Laid-off Hospitality and Business Services Workers for Open Positions Through 2024," Labor & Employment Law Alert - US (April 28, 2021). Contacts: Thomas P. Gies, Kris D. Meade, Ira M. Saxe, Eric Su, Suzanne E. Rode, Kimberley Johnson
Client Alert / Newsletter
"Labor & Employment in the US: New Administration, New Priorities," Crowell & Moring Webinar (April 22, 2021). Presenters: Glenn D. Grant, Christine B. Hawes, Suzanne E. Rode, and Kimberley Johnson.
"California Enacts Supplemental COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave, Which Includes Vaccination-Related Absences," Labor & Employment Law Alert - US (March 23, 2021). Contacts: Thomas P. Gies, Ira M. Saxe, Suzanne E. Rode, Kimberley Johnson
Client Alert / Newsletter
"The U.S. Department of Labor's Independent Contractor Rule Postponed as the New Administration Reconsiders," Labor & Employment Law Alert - US (March 9, 2021). Contacts: Thomas P. Gies, Eric Su, Ira M. Saxe, Andrew W. Bagley, Kimberley Johnson
Client Alert / Newsletter
"Ninth Circuit Opens the Door to Modifying a Trade Secret Identification After Discovery," Crowell & Moring’s Trade Secrets Trends (November 2, 2020). Authors: Kimberley Johnson, Raija Horstman and Valerie M. Goo.
"First Circuit Reverses Misappropriation Verdict, Citing Lack of Specificity," Crowell & Moring’s Trade Secrets Trends (August 17, 2020). Authors: Kimberley Johnson and Christine B. Hawes.
Crowell & Moring Represents University of California in Suit against Department of Homeland Security over International Student Directive (Jul.16.2020)
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"Eleventh Circuit Solidifies Protection of Trade Secrets Threatened By “High-Tech Corporate Espionage” Under Florida’s Trade Secret Law," Crowell & Moring’s Trade Secrets Trends (May 29, 2020). Authors: Kimberley Johnson and Molly A. Jones.
"Are Essential Employees Required to Wear Masks/Face Coverings in the Workplace?," (April 7, 2020). Contacts: Ellen Moran Dwyer, Kris D. Meade, Ira M. Saxe, Eric Su, Kimberley Johnson
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"Billion Dollar Trade Secret Misappropriation Lawsuit Against Uber to Move Forward," Crowell & Moring's Trade Secrets Trends (March 13, 2020). Authors: Christine B. Hawes and Kimberley Johnson.

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