Orrick Partners Author Guide to Anticorruption Law in France, The US and UK
Pam focuses her practice on defending companies and individuals in government investigations involving white collar and regulatory matters. She has conducted numerous investigations for multinational organizations throughout the world. She is currently leading investigative teams throughout Asia, South America, South Africa and North America that require the use of Orrick's global resources in China, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and the United States. Pam has been selected two times by the SEC and DOJ as an FCPA Monitor, involving a medical device company and a banking technology company. Pam gained the unique distinction of being selected three times by the U.S. government to serve as an independent FCPA monitor when she was recently selected by the SEC as the Independent Compliance Consultant for a separate medical device company.
In addition to her investigative practice, Pam conducts global reviews of existing compliance plans, FCPA Policies and Global Codes of Ethics, as well as due diligence associated with M&A work. She assists clients in revising existing FCPA and Global Codes of Ethics to fit today's heightened focus on anticorruption legislation. In addition to her significant work on FCPA related and global investigation matters, she also continues to represent companies and individuals in connection with a variety of other matters, including, health care fraud, antitrust offenses, securities fraud, trade secrets theft allegations, securities and export violations, mail and wire fraud, and environmental cases. Additionally, when a matter cannot, or should not be settled, she has substantial trial and courtroom experience in broad-based U.S. state and federal criminal matters, and related civil litigation, including more than 50 jury and court trials.
Before joining Orrick, Pam worked as a partner at DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary LLP. Before that, she was a Deputy District Attorney for the County of Contra Costa.
She has been selected as a Northern California Super Lawyer in White Collar Criminal Defense 2012-2017.
Pam currently serves on the on the BASF Criminal Executive Committee.
The following is a sample of Pam's experience.