Camille Hamilton Pating leads Meyers Nave’s statewide Workplace Investigations Team, specializing in high-profile investigations involving government officials, employees and executives of public, private and non-profit organizations. Camille has exceptional experience as an independent investigator in sensitive and complex employee misconduct cases. She has conducted over 70 investigations including claims of abusive conduct, subtle or implicit bias, discrimination, harassment, misappropriation, and whistleblower and ethics violations. Camille is also an experienced litigator in the Labor and Employment Group, recently serving on the trial team that successfully defended one of the largest Northern California cities and its Chief of Police against charges of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, winning a unanimous jury defense verdict selected as a verdict of the year by the Daily Journal. Prior to private practice, Camille was a Deputy City Attorney at the San Francisco City Attorney’s office and has also served as President of the San Francisco Ethics Commission.