Founding partner of Rathbone Group and has been selected as an honoree for the 2018 National Women in Law Awards. Corporate Counsel and Inside Counsel magazines wanted to spotlight female leaders in law who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership and business acumen as they have guided their organizations through often treacherous roads to achieve success. They selected women who stood out to them because they are “business strategists, complex problem-solvers, and great lawyers.” This perfectly describes Kim’s tenacity and fearlessness as she sought to form and grow Rathbone Group with her partners.
After working for an Ohio law firm and greatly expanding their subrogation department, Kim had the business acumen to realize that subrogation insurance was an underserved, niche market that required exactly the kind of expertise she already had. The result is that Kim is now a founding partner of Rathbone Group, an international subrogation law firm she continues to lead with creativity and compassion.
RG’s specific focus on insurance subrogation is based in Kim’s long history of advocating for insurance carrier’s rights. By founding a law firm dedicated to subrogation law, and partnering with other subrogation lawyers licensed in dozens of states, territories and federal courts, Kim and RG lead the field of insurance subrogation. Thorough investigations, utilization of new technology, and an aim to solve subrogation cases in mediation or arbitration instead of litigation help RG’s clients limit costs and maximize chance of achieving total recovery. Take a look at Kim’s honoree profile, and see details about the other award winners here.