Patricia A. Savage

– Attorney

Patricia A. Savage graduated from U.C. Berkeley’s Rhetoric program with Honors in 1999. After attending Berkeley, Ms. Savage attended Santa Clara University School of Law where she was awarded Best Oral Advocate during her first year. She also served as Secretary of Santa Clara’s Environmental Law Society; was a Member of Governing Board of National Association of Environmental Law Societies and a selected participant in the International Environmental Moot Court Competition, Fla. (2001). Ms. Savage spent her final year of Law School as a visiting student at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento.

For the fifteen years, Ms. Savage has been primarily engaged in employment, personal injury and class action law with a focus on wage and hour issues, including active litigation in the following areas: Misclassification, PAGA, Overtime, Meal and Rest Period Violations, Business Expense Reimbursement, Computer Professional Exemptions and On-Call time. Her litigation experience also includes individual allegations re: National Origin Discrimination, Age Discrimination, Race Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Wrongful Termination, Retaliation, violations of the California Family Rights Act, hearings before the Employment Development Department, Experience with filing with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Fair Employment and Housing Act and the Private Attorneys’ General Act; and litigation involving skilled nursing facilities regarding allegations of understaffing and elder abuse. Ms. Savage also provides mediation services.

Ms. Savage’s active litigation includes direct involvement in some of the largest employment class actions in California throughout Northern and Southern California, including: Ferris v. Inter-Con Security Systems, Harway v. Hertz Local Edition Corporation, LaChapelle v. Davita Inc., Total Renal Care, Inc Pantalion v. Ross Stores, Jacobs v. Genesco, Inc.Sorenson v. Petsmart, Inc. and Cicero v. Direct TV, Inc.

Ms. Savage is admitted to practice in all California courts including the Northern, Central, and Eastern Federal District Court. Ms. Savage volunteers her time as a board member for the non-profit Here’s the Deal, Inc. which provides services for those struggling with physical and mental impairments. Patricia A. Savage is member of the Butte County Women Lawyer’s and Judge’s Association and teaches Remedies and Alternative Dispute Resolution at Cal Northern School of Law.

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Excellent!!! Went above and beyond!

Patricia was asked to come aboard and face off against 4 other attorneys and a retired judge and met them head on while maintaining her carefree but professional disposition. Even though she was originally hired to “just” provide council for a labor claim, she helped out in other areas that were not necessarily area of…

Best Lawyer Ever…….

Patricia and her staff are very personable and easily gained my trust. I immediately felt as though I had found a protector and someone on my side. Patricia was positive from the first moment, eased my anxiety and knew the type of person with whom I was dealing. Susan and her staff showed concerned about…

Sevrence was a sweeter sorrow.

Jodi proved to be accurate with her expectations. She had a firm grasp on the sequence of events to expect. I think she understood my needs and worked to meet them. Initially, there were difficulties making contact with each other but once she established her office, our communications smoothed out. I assume it was because…

Excellent Attorney

Patricia Savage was very professional and to the point. She did not waste time or money – quickly resolved a very stressful issue against a large foundation, secured a settlement and insured the matter was fully complete. I am a business owner and will contuine to work with Patricia to support the legal needs of…