Based on 4 reviews
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Pam was recommended to me when I needed help with an employment issue. She analyzed my specific issue as related to the law, and clearly laid out a path to a final resolution to me. The process took about 3 to 4 months, as she correctly anticipated. The resolution exceeded my expectations.
During the process, she kept me fully informed of progress (or lack of) at all times. She was consistently responsive to my requests for information and updates, and always maintained an caring and thoughtful manner. I highly recommend Pam to anyone with an employment issue of any kind.
Pam has helped me in two situations and has been expedient and thorough. She brought forth issues I had not considered and counseled me through successful transitions.
I have seen firsthand Ms. Smith's outstanding problem solving and intellectual abilities. She is highly motivated and holds herself to a very high standard of professional excellence. Her intellectual and emotional maturity, initiatives, thirst for quest for justice, big picture thinking, and her diverse personal experiences combine to made her an ideal attorney for me. She is very thorough, diligent, and she quickly became my fully trusted advisor. She is honest and shrewd, and left no stone unturned ensuring my rights are protected and my interests are clearly represented. I highly recommend her to anyone and I would without a doubt use her services in the future as I need them. She is amazing, and a pleasure and honor to work with.
Pam proved to be analytical and assertive. She asks the right questions very early in the process and separates the facts from the emotions. In my case she quickly assessed the bargaining power and put it in writing in a very effective way. The results was extremely satisfying. Pam knows how to pick the right words to deliver a message without sounding threatening. I would recommend Pam on both sides of the employee/employer relationships.