Kimberly Altschuler brings both private and public sector experience to our labor and employment practice, where she represents employers nationwide. Kim has a depth of experience representing clients with respect to both employment discrimination claims and traditional labor matters and participating in all stages of administrative investigations and hearings. Kim has years of experience counseling both established and emerging companies on a variety of personnel matters, practices, and policies, and conducting investigations involving whistleblower complaints and complaints of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and other employee misconduct.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Kim spent many years in the public sector, working for the US Department of Labor as an attorney-advisor, where she advised parties on a variety of labor, employment and administrative laws, and for the National Labor Relations Board as a field attorney, where she investigated labor disputes arising under the National Labor Relations Act. She then went into private practice with a focus on all facets of labor and employment law at large firms in New York City and Philadelphia.
Kim also has experience conducting workplace training throughout the United States across various industries of all sizes.
While in law school Kim, was a judicial intern to Senior Judge Norma L. Shapiro of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Temple University, Beasley School of Law, 1998, J.D.
Pennsylvania State University, 1995, B.A., Phi Alpha Theta