Ms. Hibbert brings to LeBaron & Jensen her years of experience representing various clients from individuals and local sole proprietorships to Fortune 500 companies with an international presence. Ms. Hibbert has a wide range of business and commercial litigation experience. She has successfully both defended and prosecuted breach of contract claims, trademark and copyright infringement claims, and debt collection matters, and real estate litigation matters. However, the focus of her legal practice centers on labor and employment law.
The depth of Ms. Hibbert’s experience in employment law and as an administrative law judge is renowned. Ms. Hibbert has served as a city employee discipline hearing officer adjudicating the city’s most challenging high-profile employment decisions and appeals, particularly those cases involving alleged misconduct by police officers and firefighters.
Prior to coming to LeBaron & Jensen, Ms. Hibbert worked for the world-wide business litigation and arbitration firm of Quinn, Emanuel Urquhart and Sullivan in Los Angeles. Ms. Hibbert keeps her California bar license active and continues to represent clients with issues involving California law or arising in California.
Ms. Hibbert is also a court-rostered mediator and has successfully helped parties resolve their disputes in a fraction of the time for a fraction of the price. Her experience in mediation includes employment disputes, commercial contract disputes, landlord tenant disputes and domestic/family law disputes. As an experienced neutral with years of litigation experience, Ms. Hibbert helps craft settlement solutions that are legally sound while allowing the parties to have input and some control over the resolution reached, rather than “rolling the dice” and facing the expense and uncertainty of trial.
Ms. Hibbert earned her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Brigham Young University in 1990. She earned her Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, in Business Administration/Finance with a minor in Chemistry from Utah State University in 1985.
Ms. Hibbert is the mother of four amazing children and finds that few things in life are better than spending time with them on a beach or up a canyon. Much of her volunteer hours are spent in causes enriching and defending the rights of children.
She was admitted to the California bar in 1990 and to the Utah Bar in 2001.