Kimberly A. Selemba, Esq. is an established healthcare litigator. In the firm’s Healthcare Litigation Group, she defends healthcare systems, hospitals, physicians, physician practices and medical professionals in medical malpractice cases. Kimberly assists in finding and vetting experts, witness preparation, courtroom testimony, case negotiations and all aspects of courtroom trials.

She advises long-term care facilities and senior living communities on developing risk mitigation strategies, tools and policies to reduce adverse events and claims. When litigation cannot be avoided, Kimberly provides her clients with representation and has successfully defended healthcare providers and facilities in trials and arbitrations throughout Pennsylvania.

Additionally, Kimberly specializes in Liquor Licensing and Alcohol Law and assists beverage retailers, distributors, restaurants, hotels, bars, private clubs, music and entertainment venues, breweries, wineries and distilleries on licensing, permits and compliance as well as enforcement actions and claims resolution.

Prior to joining Saxton & Stump, Kim practiced for 15 years as an attorney with a Harrisburg-based law firm and is well-known for her community involvement. She was previously president of the Dauphin County Bar Association. She formerly served as a board member for Leadership Harrisburg, a nonprofit organization dedicated to servant leadership and community service. Kim is also passionate about legal education and has served as an adjunct professor/practitioner instructor at Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University. She is frequently invited to write and present statewide on the topics of alcoholic beverages and commercial litigation.

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