Litigation And Mediation Services
Pamela Perry, a member of our firm, is a respected mediator, having resolved a variety of cases, including commercial, labor, insurance, health care, zoning, personal injury, and other matters. Pam thoroughly prepares for each mediation, typically conferring with counsel and attempting to identify, explore and sometimes resolve outstanding legal and factual issues before the mediation session begins. When cases do not resolve at the mediation, Pam frequently does follow-up work with counsel, sometimes settling matters within weeks after an unsuccessful mediation. Pam believes that her role is to resolve cases, not merely to mediate them, and she often conducts complex multi-party mediations lasting into the night or over the weekend. Pam understands the financial and emotional issues created by ongoing litigation, and brings her creative and diligent approach to every case she is asked to resolve, regardless of the size or scope of the matter.
Pam Perry provides legal support to other attorneys and handles appeals in state and federal courts. During her twenty-six years in practice, Pam has briefed and argued a wide variety of criminal issues, as well as matters involving medical malpractice, personal injury, administrative, and health care in trial and appellate courts. Pam is frequently called upon by other lawyers to assist in briefing and arguing particularly complex matters, and is often asked by other lawyers to serve as co-counsel in state and federal cases.
For nearly 25 years, Pam Perry has represented hundreds of persons being investigated or prosecuted for alleged criminal conduct by state and federal authorities. She has defended cases involving allegations of fraud, drug trafficking, homicide, public corruption, health care fraud, and a wide variety of other offenses in state and federal courts. Pam taught Federal Criminal Practice at the University of Miami School of Law as an adjunct professor, and was the first woman president of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Miami Chapter. Pam has written in the area of jury selection and change of venue, and is often asked to co-counsel matters with other lawyers. Pam never loses sight of the fact that her efforts often profoundly affect her clients' reputations, finances, livelihood, and freedom, and has developed a reputation for working relentlessly on behalf of her clients.
Both the Federal and Florida False Claims Act ("Qui Tam") provide substantial financial incentives for persons who, noting fraudulent wrongdoing related to health care fraud and other types of government contracts, comply with the necessary procedural steps to bring these activities to the government's notice. The attorneys at Dresnick, Rodriguez, & Perry are available to prosecute or defend whistleblower/Qui Tam cases.
Pam Perry is a respected Arbitrator, Special Master, and Umpire, having presided over proceedings in commercial, property damage, maritime, personal injury, and other matters. She takes a pain staking and thorough approach to each matter, and combines her penchant for legal research with her relentless commitment to fairness and neutrality. Pam Perry also has experience presiding over depositions and other proceedings in unusually contentious matters.