Clients rely on Pamela Ploor as a business advisor and advocate representing employers. Pamela has deep experience providing employment law advice to clients on the full range of labor and employment matters. One area of concentration is extensive client representation in state and federal courts and administrative agencies on employment discrimination and retaliation lawsuits, including those filed by the EEOC, Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other whistleblowing and retaliation complaints, and FMLA lawsuits. She also handles discrimination complaints related to housing and lending.
Pamela has client counseling concentrations in state and federal leave laws, reasonable accommodation of employees, electronic communication technologies and social media issues in the workplace, workplace investigations, electronic discovery, records retention, and workplace reorganizations. Pamela has extensive experience advising clients on statistics, including related to disparate impact, and on the disability accessibility obligations and defenses of companies for their workplaces, commercial and public places, and web sites. Pamela also advises federal government contractors on their affirmative action obligations and government contracts, represents government contractors during audits by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), and oversees the preparation of government contractors' affirmative action plans. Pamela chairs the Labor & Employment Group's OFCCP/Affirmative Action Team.