Employers rely on Pam to counsel them on employee relations policies and best practices and navigate them through complex employment litigation. She has helped employers across numerous industries effectively and efficiently handle matters ranging from employment discrimination and sexual harassment claims to wage and hour class actions. She can and does handle any issue that touches the workplace.
Pam works closely with clients to implement measures to prevent claims and disputes through ongoing counseling and training and the development of comprehensive employment policies and clear and concise employment agreements, including executive compensation agreements and restrictive covenants. When employment-related allegations arise, she helps clients quickly identify the critical focus of investigations to achieve a quick solution.
When allegations turn into formal filings and complaints, Pam defends her clients passionately, often obtaining early dismissals or favorable rulings at discovery or other key stages of litigation, agency proceedings, or arbitrations. Always the pragmatist, Pam also advises clients about the benefits of early resolution and achieving a beneficial business result. She has arbitrated and tried cases through jury verdict on such issues as executive misconduct, age discrimination, and non-compete and employment contracts and prevailed on several appeals before federal and state appellate courts.
A frequent speaker and writer on employment law topics, Pam is author of the ALM treatise Connecticut Employment Law.