With nineteen years of experience in employment law, information technology law, and health information privacy, Ms. Kamber Todd provides services to both organizations and individuals. Her work includes human resources, labor relations, workplace training, contracts, unemployment compensation, benefits, severance, agency practice, and litigation. Her background also includes the School Code, Right to Know Law, public employment, home healthcare, LGBT rights, and the John DuPont murder trial.
Since 2004, Attorney Kamber Todd has worked in the Lehigh Valley providing legal services to businesses, nonprofits, municipalities, schools, and individuals.
Working in Manhattan, prior to 2004, Attorney Kamber Todd represented hundreds of clients in discrimination cases against Fortune 500 companies.
Her work experience also includes the Harvard School of Public Health, where she contributed to various undertakings including Human Rights and Public Health in the AIDS Pandemic (Eds., Lazzarini, Z. J.D., M.P.H. and Gostin, L.O., Esq., Oxford Press 1996) and HIV-InSite, a trailblazing website dedicated to the sharing of legal information relating to HIV/AIDs.
As an adjunct professor for the MBA Program at DeSales University, a trainer for Lorman Education Services, a member of the National Speakers’ Bureau for Society of Human Resource Management, and a guest of numerous organizations and clients, Attorney Kamber Todd has given hundreds of trainings on issues relating to employment issues, social media, internet, healthcare, HIPAA, diversity, compliance, and other related issues.