San Francisco, California 94133
The Armstrong Law Firm Overview
The Armstrong Law Firm is a plaintiff’s employment law firm located in San Francisco that serves clients in the Bay Area, Silicon Valley, and throughout Northern California. Practice areas include sexual, race, and LGBTQ harassment in the workplace, wrongful termination, pregnancy and age discrimination, retaliation, health care professional employment law, wage and hour violations, whistleblower cases, and other employment law matters.
Kelly Armstrong began practicing law in 2001 and is admitted to the California Bar, the U.S. District Court Northern District of California, the U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of California at Berkeley and attended the University of San Francisco School of Law. Ms. Armstrong’s cases and/or commentary have been featured in local and national print and broadcast media.
The Armstrong Law Firm is committed to protecting clients’ rights under the FLSA, FMLA, ADA, and a variety of other state and federal employment laws. Attorney Armstrong seeks justice and fair compensation for clients in claims of unfair and illegal practices with highly skilled and knowledgeable representation.
The Armstrong Law Firm Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Race Harassment; Pregnancy Discrimination; Disability Discrimination; Failure to Accommodate; Gender Discrimination; LGBTQ Harassment; Age Discrimination; Employment Law Issues For Health Care Professionals; Retaliation; Employee Rights.
The Armstrong Law Firm Areas of Law Description
– Employment Law
Our San Francisco labor attorneys & workplace lawyers are dedicated to helping employees enjoy the full protection of their rights in the workplace. A person’s occupation is a crucial element of their life and it needs to be protected. If you feel that your rights as an employee are being violated, talk to a knowledgeable workplace attorney in Los Angeles.
– Sexual Harassment
Victims of sexual harassment may feel conflicting emotions. On the one hand, they may feel anger, disgust and a loss of self-esteem. On the other hand, they may feel afraid and anxious about the possibility of losing their jobs; especially if the CEO, or the owner or manager of the company where they work is the person harassing them.
– Wrongful Termination
The attorneys at the Armstrong Law Firm have extensive experience in all aspects of employment law. Our lawyers represent workers who have been wrongfully terminated, help them assert their rights under the law, and obtain the compensation they are owed.
|Ms. Kelly Armstrong