Kimare S. Dyer is a partner in the Miami office of Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A. She focuses her practice in the areas of complex commercial litigation where she litigates contract disputes and enforcement, receiverships, business litigation, labor and employment law and insurance defense litigation involving catastrophic injuries, wrongful death and premises liability. Ms. Dyer also handles transactional matters for corporations. Ms. Dyer is an experienced trial attorney and has practiced in a wide range of matters throughout her 17-year career. She represents local and state entities and local and national companies in the hospitality, real estate, retail and manufacturing industries.
Ms. Dyer began her career at a boutique law firm where she practiced family and matrimonial law, representing and guiding clients through some of the most challenging events in their lives in all stages of the litigation process including trial. Ms. Dyer then joined a national law firm where she worked on complex commercial litigation matters including receiverships, professional malpractice, directors' and officers' liability, defamation, products liability, contracts and business litigation in federal and state court. Her practice grew to include insurance defense litigation of catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, premises liability and labor and employment law. Ms. Dyer was a key member of the trial team representing the State of Florida in an audit malpractice case against a "Big Four" audit company which resulted in an eight figure high/low settlement prior to verdict.
Ms. Dyer has strong ties to the Caribbean community and served on the Board of the Caribbean Bar Association for several years. She is a Committee Chair for the Gwen S. Cherry Black Women's Lawyers Association and a former member of the Professionalism Committee for the Florida Bar. Her undergraduate studies in International Politics at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, earned her an Upper Second Class Degree and a merit scholarship to pursue a Masters in International Law and Politics at the University of Hull in England. She then earned her Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. Ms. Dyer also interviews prospective students for her law school and makes recommendations on admissions. She has also served as a mentor to law students through the Caribbean Bar Association and the Kozyak Minority Mentoring Foundation.
Ms. Dyer is licensed to practice law in Florida. She is a member of The Florida Bar and is admitted in the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. Ms. Dyer serves as a member of The Florida Bar Diversity and Inclusion Committee (2018-2021).
Areas of Practice
- Professional Malpractice Defense
- Business and Commercial Litigation
- Civil Litigation
- Directors and Officer’s Liability
- General Litigation
- Insurance and Insurers
- Labor and Employment
- Premises Liability
University of the West Indies, B.S.Sc. (1996)
The University of Hull, M.A. (1998)
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. (2000)