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The Law Offices of Patrice L. Goldman, A Professional Corporation, has offices in both San Rafael, California and San Francisco, California, and represents clients in Marin County, San Francisco County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Sacramento County, Napa County, Sonoma County and Solano County.

Principal attorney, Pat Goldman, has practiced law since 1989. From 1992 through 2010, Ms. Goldman focused solely on representing employees in employment law matters with the highly-regarded San Francisco law firm, Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe, LLP. During the last half of 2010, Ms. Goldman was fortunate to study mediation under the tutelage of Mark Rudy, one of the preeminent employment law mediators in the State of California.

In January of 2011, Ms. Goldman opened her own law practice in which she continues to represent employees in employment law matters, including but not limited to, sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour, overtime, failure to pay commission, severance disputes, and breach of contract claims. Additionally, Ms. Goldman now offers her services as a mediator of employment law disputes.


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Law Offices of Patrice L. Goldman Weekly

Topic of the Week

Duly Noted: Taking Effective Notes at Work

Ever look across your desk to see stacks of note pads and notes that are mostly unintelligible? Welcome to the club.


Blog of the Week

Tipped Workers Score A Victory In New York In Fight For Better Pay

Tipped workers in New York state have won a major victory, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state's Hospitality Wage Board announce that their minimum wage, which had been frozen at $5 an hour, will be increased to $7.50 an hour starting December 31.

Thought for the Week

""We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.""

–Franklin Delano Roosevelt

List of the Week

from University of Florida and University of Virginia

Men Do Better When Partners Fail: Really!

  • Men who were told their romantic partner had scored in the bottom 12% on a test felt better about themselves than those who had partners who scored in the top 12%
  • Female participants showed no such decline in their self-esteem based on their partners performance 

Top Five News Headlines

  1. Oakland's minimum wage gets big hike starting Monday
  2. Why Wal-Mart decided to finally pay its workers more
  3. Jail exploits detainees, lawsuit says
  4. Teachers union rally in downtown L.A. draws thousands in call for contract demands
  5. At L.A. oil refinery, striking workers vent about long hours and stress

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