Tiffanie N. Limbrick
TIFFANIE LIMBRICK is an associate in Sidley’s Dallas office, practicing in the Complex Commercial Litigation group. Tiffanie’s practice focuses on a broad array of commercial disputes, including trade secret misappropriation, breach of contract, and employment disputes involving issues of overtime pay, discrimination, and non-competition/non-solicitation agreements. Tiffanie has litigated individual and class disputes in forums across the country, including arbitration, state and federal trial courts, and appellate court.
Due to her leadership skills and experience, Tiffanie was selected as a member of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Leadership Class of 2014 where she served on the Logistics Committee for Crawfest: Claws for a Cause, a fundraiser that raised over $37,000 to benefit hungry children in Dallas, Texas. Tiffanie received the Rising Raggio Award in the Dallas Women Lawyers Association 2015 Awards, which recognizes an “outstanding female lawyer” who has practiced law for less than six years and has had “significant professional accomplishments.”
Tiffanie received her J.D., with honors, from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she served as Articles Editor for the Oklahoma Law Review. She received her B.B.A., magna cum laude, in Human Resources from Texas Woman’s University.
Tiffanie’s article, “Protecting the Lydias, Linas and Tinas from Sex Trafficking: A Call to Eliminate Ambiguities of 18 U.S.C. § 1591,” published in the Oklahoma Law Review, received the “Gene H. and Jo Ann Sharp Law Review Award” for Outstanding Comment. The article proposes an amended federal statute criminalizing sex trafficking of children that clarifies the mens rea required for conviction, balancing Congress’s goal to eradicate sex trafficking of children with defendants’ constitutional due process rights.
- “Selecting The Arbitrator – A Key Decision For Your Next Arbitration,” Texas Lawyer (July 2016)
- “An Opportunity for Women Lawyers to Change the Statistics,” TYLA (March 2016)
- “To Arbitrate or Not to Arbitrate,” Dallas Bar Association Headnotes (March 2015)
- “Class Action Litigation Trends Post-Italian Colors,” Law360 (November 3, 2014)
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Board Member
- Attorneys Serving Communities
- Dallas Women Lawyers Association, Board Member
- Dallas Bar Association
- “Arbitration: From Drafting the Clause to Commencing Arbitration,” ABA Business Law Section Spring Conference (Montreal, Canada, April 9, 2016)