Kimberly Knox has a practice focus in Litigation. She has substantial experience in complex litigation matters including antitrust, white collar defense, governmental investigations, contract law, and discrimination claims with EEOC and Workers Compensation Administration.
Prior to joining Modrall Sperling, Kimberly served as sole in-house counsel worldwide for Tokai Rika, an auto parts manufacturer headquartered in Japan, where she managed litigations in Japan, Mexico, Canada, Brazil, Europe, India and the U. S. She worked as a senior associate at Baker & Miller, PLLC, in Washington, D. C., where her practice encompassed all aspects of U. S. antitrust law and litigation with emphasis on global antitrust investigations and complex litigation. She has worked with national and international clients such as Tokai Rika, Qantas Airways Limited, and Dairy Farmers of America. Her experience in antitrust includes representing matters in multiple jurisdictions outside of the U. S. and she has taught International and Comparative Antitrust Law while working as an adjunct professor of law at American University, Washington College of Law.
While attending law school, Kimberly gained valuable hands-on experience while working as Rule 16 prosecutor for the State’s Attorney’s Office in the Criminal Justice Clinic in Annapolis, MD; a law clerk for the American Prosecutors Research Institute in Alexandria, VA; a legal intern for The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in Alexandria, VA; a judicial intern for the Honorable Odessa Vincent in D.C. Superior Court; crisis counselor and hospital advocate at the DC Rape Crisis Center; and research assistant for the War Crimes Research Office.
When she has some downtime, Kimberly enjoys working out, making pottery, and spending time with her family and dogs, Baker and Autumn.
American University, J.D. 2005
University of Nebraska, B. A. in International Relations and Spanish, 2002
Enforex Academy, Madrid Spain, Certificate of Proficiency in Spanish, 2000
District of Columbia
New Mexico admission pending
- American Bar Association
- International Bar Association
- Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia
- Pricing in the 21st Century: A Comparative Perspective, Global Competition Review: The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2009, (October 2008), By Kimberly Knox and Todd Miller
- International Mergers: The Antitrust Process, Assisted in revising U. S. merger law chapter in Rowley & Baker (eds.), (Sweet & Maxwell), Rev. 2007