Patricia Pascone has been practicing law in Oregon since 2002. Her primary focus has been employment litigation. Ms. Pascone represents employees and employers with issues arising in the workplace including discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, family medical leave, whistleblowing, injured workers’ rights (such as workers’ compensation discrimination), wage and hour issues, workplace health & safety, employment agreements, unemployment issues and civil rights violations. In addition to these areas of focus, Ms. Pascone represents clients in other areas of general civil litigation.
Ms. Pascone has effectively represented clients in the litigation of employment cases in both state and federal courts. She has represented clients in appeals before the Oregon Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Pascone also practices administrative law including representation in administrative proceedings before various state agencies. She has represented parties in labor disputes, including in arbitrations, Employment Relations Board hearings, and Employment Appeals Board proceedings. Ms. Pascone also has experience in mediation, and negotiation.
Ms. Pascone received a B.A. in Philosophy from Florida State University in 1998. She received her J.D. and Environmental Law Certificate from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2001. Ms. Pascone began her legal career as a law clerk with Martin Dolan at Ramis Crew Corrigan and Bachrach LLP in 2000. She became an associate attorney with Dolan Griggs LLP in 2002, later transitioning to Of Counsel. In 2015, Ms. Pascone joined Dolan Law Group PC as Attorney, Of Counsel.
Ms. Pascone is a member of the Oregon State Bar. She is admitted to practice in both state and federal courts in Oregon and in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Pascone is a member of Oregon Women Lawyers (OWLS) and the Multnomah Bar Association (MBA). Ms. Pascone serves on the Board of Directors of Do Jump! theater company. She is a frequent volunteer at her children’s schools and enjoys the Pacific Northwest’s many outdoor activities.