Gross McGinley LLP

Kimberly G. Krupka is a focused litigator, representing individuals and businesses before Pennsylvania State and Federal courts, as well as administrative agencies and local municipalities. As a member of the Medical Malpractice Defense group, she represents medical professionals and large hospitals and health networks in patient care matters and has extensive experience working with in-house Risk Managers and insurance personnel to efficiently investigate claims.  Kimberly likewise routinely represents corporations and individuals in a comprehensive range of civil litigation issues, ranging from negligence actions to contractual employment disputes.

Kimberly also routinely represents public utilities before the Public Utility Commission of Pennsylvania.

In addition to her courtroom work, Kimberly assists small businesses and large corporations in contract drafting, negotiation, and review, with specific experience in computer software licensing agreements, security and IT contracts, and employment agreements.


Areas of Practice

Industries

Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • Middle District of Pennsylvania

Education

  • Dickinson School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1998
  • Muhlenberg College, B.A., summa cum laude, 1995

Professional Associations

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Bar Association of Lehigh County

Community Involvement

News

Litigation

Practice Spotlight: Litigation

Gross McGinley’s skilled team of litigators vigorously pursues clients’ interests, either by asserting claims or defending them. Our litigation attorneys represent individuals and businesses in state and… Read More

Municipal

Industry Spotlight: Municipal

Gross McGinley offers a full range of legal services to local municipalities. Our attorneys represent Lehigh Valley local governments, planning boards, zoning boards, cities, and counties in real estate, lan… Read More

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