Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Kimberly Hoffman advises and represents clients primarily on commercial real estate transactions and government relations matters, with an emphasis on land use, health care and environmental issues. She has assisted clients with strategic planning, legislative matters, and formal proceedings before courts, federal, state, and local agencies, including Congress.
Kimberly represents a diverse group of local and national developers, property owners, and institutions. Her representative client list includes publicly traded companies, physician groups, health care IT providers, builders, casinos, schools, telecommunications carriers, banks, churches, investors, and individuals. She project manages multifaceted legal matters including the transaction, government approvals and related litigation, including acquisition, financing, leasing, licensure and procurement, and acts as local counsel in multi-state transactions. In the workout context, she advises lenders and investors on environmental issues, zoning permits and approvals during property disposition, and in pursuing foreclosure and similar remedies. Kimberly chairs the firm’s land use practice, heads the multi-disciplinary Morris James Healthcare Team, and edits the the team's blog, delawarehealthcareindustryblog.com.
Chambers USA - America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2012) noted that Kimberly "is extremely responsive, day and night," and is described as a "top person" for land use regulation and zoning matters. In 2011, Chambers USA reported that Kimberly "is commended by clients for her ability in complex zoning law issues." Clients applaud her for understanding "not only the law itself, but also how individual federal, state and local agencies apply it in practice." Kimberly has been listed as a leading land use lawyer by Chambers USA since 2007 and has been recognized again in 2014. In 2013 she was praised in her profile for her "fine technical background and her expertise in complex zoning issues."
|Areas of Practice||1) Alternative Dispute Resolution, 2) Energy Industry Team, 3) Government Relations, 4) Healthcare Industry Team, 5) Land Use, 6) Legal Opinions, 7) Professional Liability Litigation and 8) Real Estate|
|Law School||Florida State University College of Law|
|Education||Bryn Mawr College|
|Bar Member / Association||District of Columbia, State Bar of Delaware, State Bar of Florida|
|Most recent firm||Morris James LLP|
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