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Neil Dymott Names Kendra A. Anderson Newest Shareholder

San Diego, CA (January 27, 2017) – Neil Dymott is pleased to announce that on Friday, January 27, 2017, Kendra A. Anderson was elevated to a Shareholder at the firm. 

Kendra Anderson joined Neil Dymott in 1999 where her primary practice was civil litigation, specializing in medical malpractice defense. In 2005, she moved to San Francisco where she continued to practice all aspects of litigation including malpractice litigation, elder abuse claims and multi-million-dollar brain injury claims.   Ms. Anderson re-joined Neil Dymott in 2009 and became a shareholder in January 2017.  Her areas of practice include civil litigation, specializing in medical malpractice, elder abuse, healthcare and administrative hearings.    

Ms. Anderson attended Iowa State University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.  Prior to attending law school Ms. Anderson was an Intern for the Iowa Appellate Court for Chief Judge Allen Donielson. She attended The University of Iowa College of Law were she was the Business Manager and Editor for The Journal of Corporation Law.  While attending law school, Ms. Anderson was the Director of the Client Counseling Program for the University of Iowa.

Ms. Anderson was a volunteer for the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program where she worked with Chinese Immigrants and developed a legal clinic for special immigrant juveniles. She has also done pro-bono work for the Public Conservators Office.  She is a member of the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel and the San Diego Defense Lawyers.

Neil Dymott was founded in San Diego in 1964 and is a multi-service law firm with offices in San Diego, Palm Desert and Temecula, California.  The firm represents clients in a wide range of industries and specialty areas, including business transactions, employment law, litigation, estate planning, pharmaceutical and medical products manufacturers, transportation, intellectual property, insurance, medical, accounting and other professional practices.

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