Dal Soglio & Martens LLP
27240 Turnberry Lane, Suite 200
Valencia, California 91355
(661) 362-0736 - Telephone
(661) 244-4942 - Facsimile
Kim Cole has practiced in Southern California since 2001. Her primary focus is on employment law; however, Ms. Cole has a broad range of litigation experience, including extensive experience with class actions and other complex matters. Ms. Cole’s employment litigation practice includes everything from large wage and hour class actions to smaller individual employment discrimination cases.
In addition to litigation, Ms. Cole also advises employers regarding employment law issues including executive contracts, drafting and auditing employment policies and handbooks, assisting with day-to-day human resources issues, planning and implementing individual employee terminations and large-scale reductions in force, and conducting confidential investigations into employee complaints of discrimination, harassment and corporate misconduct. She also provides preventative training seminars for her clients in such areas as hiring and firing practices, harassment and discrimination prevention, and wage and hour compliance.
Ms. Cole has served as an adjunct professor for the Colleges of Law, Santa Barbara, teaching classes in Legal Writing and Professional Ethics.
Before joining Dal Soglio & Martens, Ms. Cole began her career with Jones Day focusing on both general litigation and employment. After leaving Jones Day, Ms. Cole continued representing employers in the Central Coast area in both litigation and preventative counseling. Los Angeles Magazine has recognized her as a “Rising Star” in labor and employment.
Ms. Cole does extensive pro bono work for nonprofit organizations, including working for Legal Aid and the Adoption Project.
J.D., Pepperdine University School of Law, 2001
B.A., Communications/Rhetoric, 1993