Hunter Pyle Law is committed to representing those who most need representation. Our professional philosophy is to provide the best possible legal services to our clients and to do so in the most ethical manner. The attorneys at Hunter Pyle Law have wide-ranging professional experience. This experience enables us to provide a broad array of legal services, ranging from multi-party and class action
cases to personal consultations regarding a single transaction. We will discuss your case with you in plain language and manage your case so that you are positioned for the best possible outcome. Each of the lawyers at Hunter Pyle has been recognized by Super Lawyers in 2017. Tanya Tambling and Chad Saunders have been designated as Rising Stars. That award is limited to the top 2.5 percent of lawyers under 40 in California. Hunter Pyle has been designated as a “Super Lawyer” every year since 2011. That designation is limited to the top 5 percent of attorneys in California. ATTORNEYS
Hunter Pyle graduated from Boalt Hall School of Law (U.C. In 2007 he was named “one to watch” in the Daily Journal’s “Top Northern California Law Firms.” In 2009 and 2010, he was recognized as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers. This award is limited to the top 2.5 percent of lawyers under 40 in California. Every year since 2011 he has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer.” This designation is limited to the top 5 percent of attorneys in California. Pyle joined both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum of the Top Trial Lawyers in America. Membership in those organizations is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. There are over 4000 members throughout the country. lawyers are members. In addition to practicing law full time, Mr. Pyle is a Lecturer at Berkeley Law School where he teaches the Employment Law course to second and third year law students. He has also been a faculty member of the Stanford Law School Trial Advocacy Workshop for several years. Tanya Tambling:
Ms. Tambling joined the firm in 2012. She dedicates her practice to fighting for the rights on employees and victims of personal injuries in both state and federal court. Tambling represents employees in wrongful termination, wage and hour, retaliation, medical leave, discrimination, harassment, and whistleblower disputes. She works tirelessly to hold employers accountable for wage and hour violations and discriminatory practices in the workplace. Tambling is also a zealous advocate of drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians who have been victims of an accident. She has helped her clients obtain significant awards even when they have been hit by uninsured motorists. Tambling received her Juris Doctorate from the University of California at Davis. During law school, she participated in UC Davis’ Immigration Clinic, competed on a regional level with King Hall’s Negotiations Team, externed at Solano County Superior Court, and received the King Hall Certificate in Public Service. Tambling is admitted to practice in California, and the Northern and Eastern District Courts of California. She is also a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, the Contra Costa County Association Labor/Employment Section, and the Alameda County Bar Association. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Tambling was an English language instructor nationally and internationally for fourteen years. The daughter of immigrants, Ms. Tambling speaks German, and is conversant in basic Portuguese and Russian. In 2016, Super Lawyers recognized Ms. Tambling as a “Rising Star.”
Miriam Leticia Paez - Office Manager/Intake Coordinator
Leticia Paez was born in East Los Angeles and raised in Riverside, California. She graduated from UC Riverside with a Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies. While attending school, Ms. Paez worked for the City of Riverside, Mayor’s Office and was liaison to the Chambers of Commerce as the Clean Community Systems Program Coordinator where she coordinated an anti-litter campaign program visiting elementary schools in Riverside educating students about keeping their city clean. She was then hired as the Family Student Housing Coordinator at UC Riverside. After graduating from UC Riverside, Ms. Paez moved to Venezuela where she worked at Colegio Internacional de Carabobo (CIC) as the Music and Kinder ESL teacher. Paez moved back to California and worked at UC San Francisco as the Program Coordinator for the Gender Equity Resource Center. From 2002 – 2010, Ms. Paez moved to Bern, Switzerland. During her years in Switzerland, she volunteered as the Talent Show Coordinator for l’Ecole Cantonale de Langue Française de Berne and volunteered at community centers throughout the Canton of Bern, helping refugees and immigrants from Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa with projects related to improving health and wellness, teaching civic responsibilities, enhancing political engagement, and helping families better their overall situation. Paez returned to her native California in 2011 and worked as the Arts Education/Outreach Coordinator at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts until 2016. Her hobbies are playing the piano, painting, biking, dancing, literature, and yoga. Paez is fluent in Spanish.