OAKLAND, CA, May 05, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP announces Partner Pamela Schock Mintzer was selected as one of the Bay Area's Most Influential Women in Business by the San Francisco Business Times. This honor recognizes outstanding female professionals who make a difference in their companies, industries and communities.
"Pamela has always gone above and beyond in her service to her clients, her community and the firm," said Daniel Rapaport, managing partner of the firm. "This prestigious recognition is well-deserved, and I know that she will bring her substantial talents to bear as the newest member of Wendel Rosen's Management Committee."
Mintzer focuses on eminent domain, inverse condemnation and public agency law, including acting as general counsel to numerous Bay Area transportation agencies and joint powers authorities. She has extensive experience guiding large-scale, long-lead public projects, from the planning stages through construction, as well as litigation. She also assists property owners, communities and project teams in resolving the issues that occur at the intersection between funding, design, acquisition and construction. Mintzer serves on Wendel Rosen's Management and Business Development Committees, as the firm's Recruiting Partner and as leader of its Women's Initiative.
Active in her industry and community, Mintzer is a member of the Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS) and the International Right of Way Association, which both provide networking and educational opportunities to women in the heavily male-dominated transportation industry. She is also an active alumna of Mills College, working with the advancement office in fundraising efforts to support young women in their quest for higher education.
Mintzer earned her J.D. from the J. Reuben School of Law at Brigham Young University (1994) and her B.A. from Mills College (1987).
About Wendel Rosen
Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP serves a diverse clientele of business, public and individual clients located throughout California and the United States. With offices in Oakland and Modesto, California, the 104-year-old firm advises clients on transactional and civil litigation matters in several related fields of law, including bankruptcy, restructuring and creditor rights; real estate; business/corporate; construction; eminent domain; employment; environmental; estate planning, trusts and probate; green business; insurance; intellectual property; land use; taxation; and technology. In 2003, the firm became the first law firm in the country to gain third-party certification as a green business and has won numerous recognitions for its leadership in the green economy. Additional information about the firm and its attorneys may be found at http://www.wendel.com.
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