Kate L. Pamperin



Kate Pamperin is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP based in the Miami office where she is a member of the firm’s Health Care Practice and member of the firm’s Business Law Department. Kate assists clients in navigating the many issues that arise within labor & employment, particularly in the health care & life sciences industry sector. She has worked on various industry related employment issues on behalf of clients including the review and drafting of employee handbooks, telehealth employee documents and agreements, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) position statements. She has also provided labor & employment advice on health care transaction work and maintains an active commercial litigation practice.

Kate works with leading telemedicine and digital health companies, independent physician groups, hospital systems, and health clinics.

Prior to joining Foley, Kate was a law clerk with the general counsel of the Broward County Schools. She drafted dispositive motions, prepared affidavits and assisted with depositions related to the labor and employment sector. Before law school, Kate was a French immersion Kindergarten teacher in Hong Kong and travelled to nearly 90 countries.

Representative Matters

  • Prepared comprehensive employee handbook for a telehealth client to comply with employment laws in all 50 states.
  • Prepared employee handbooks for multiple companies located across the United States.
  • Represented client in an employee lease negotiation between various physician groups and a large hospital system, as well as drafting of the employee leasing agreements.
  • Prepared various types of employment documentation including employment contracts, offer letters, separation agreements, and bonus agreements.
  • Participated in employment due diligence in connection with the merger and acquisition of several large health care companies.
  • Represented multiple hospital systems in the investigation of employment discrimination claims and assisted in the preparation of EEOC position statements.
  • Prepared dispositive motions and taken depositions in multiple employment contract disputes on behalf of hospital systems.


    • University of Southern California Gould School of Law (J.D., 2020)
      • Editor, Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal
      • Member, Entertainment & Sports Law Society
    • University of Oregon (B.A., summa cum laude, 2014)


    • French


    • Florida
    • California



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