- Washington and Lee University (B.A., 2009)
- Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2015)
- Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M., 2017)
- District of Columbia
- United States District Court for the District of Columbia
- Idaho court dismisses innovator liability claims against Novartis for lack of specific personal jurisdiction.
Stirling v. Novartis Pharm. Corp., No. CV01-18-4880 (Idaho 4th Jud. Dist., Ada Cty. July 13, 2020)
Tabitha M. King practices in the Firm’s Complex Litigation, Pharmaceutical Products, and Toxic Torts & Products Liability groups. Her advocacy experience ranges from court appearances and negotiations with opposing counsel to drafting successful affirmative and defensive motions and settlement documents. She is also skilled at working with expert witnesses, legal research, and factual investigation. Her discovery experience includes depositions of plaintiffs and physicians, preparing corporate witnesses, written discovery, and managing e-discovery teams and platforms.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. King was the Supervising Associate for the D.C. Affordable Law Firm. Her first-chair trial practice included successfully litigating, negotiating, and settling cases in D.C. Superior Court, the Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division for Alternative Dispute Resolution, and the D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings, all for which she earned an LL.M. in Advocacy from Georgetown University Law Center in 2017. In 2015, she received her J.D. from Georgetown, where she gained extensive experience in legal research and writing and interviewing witnesses for her co-authored publication. She received her undergraduate degree from Washington & Lee University in 2009 in Theatre, Sociology, and Latin American & Caribbean Studies.
Ms. King previously was a Legal Fellow at the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights and a Legal Intern at the Bureau of International Labor Affairs in the United States Department of Labor, honing her skills in fact investigation and international law. She is proficient in French and Spanish and familiar with Haitian Creole.