Pamela Woodside concentrates her practice on litigation and counseling in all aspects of employment, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. She represents corporate and business organizations, nonprofit and charitable entities. In addition, Pamela defends clients, at both the federal and state level, in class actions involving wage and hour, misclassification, discrimination, Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) and unfair competition claims.
Pamela successfully defends clients in class actions in federal and state courts, administrative and governmental agency proceedings, arbitrations and appeals. She achieves results in all types of class action and collective action cases, including discrimination, wage and hour, deceptive trade practices claims, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, Fair Debt Collections Practices Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Pamela's legal practice also includes litigation in the fields of professional liability, complex commercial matters, intellectual property (trademark, copyright, right of publicity, social media privacy), antitrust and general liability. Pamela has represented clients at both the trial and appellate levels throughout the United States in both state and federal courts.
In the area of complex commercial litigation, Pamela's practice includes the defense and prosecution of multi-national corporate entities in multi-million dollar multi-district antitrust litigation; complex technology actions and oversight on large-scale e-discovery projects. Pamela also has experience defending real estate claims involving home appraisers, real estate agents and real estate brokers.