Weber, Paula M
Paula M Weber is leader of Pillsbury’s Employment and Labour practice.
She focuses on complex employment litigation, supplemented by compliance advice and counselling on employment issues for both large institutional employers and smaller companies. Weber has handled a wide variety of individual and multiplaintiff cases in federal and state court. She has trial experience in both state and federal court including trials in defamation, breach of contract, sex discrimination, race discrimination and termination in violation of public policy cases. Weber also has wide-ranging ADR experience, including the successful defence in a binding arbitration of law firm partners charged with breach of fiduciary duty by their former partner and successful defence against breach of covenant not to compete claims.
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