Cristina K. Armstrong
Cristina’s practice focuses on business and employment litigation and counseling. She advises and represents clients on a wide rage of issues including:
- Wage and hour law
- Discrimination and Harassment
- Employee Corrective Action and Termination
- Disability Accommodation
- Leaves of Absence
- Personnel Policies and Handbooks
- Health and Safety
- Union Avoidance
Cristina represents employers in state and federal court, and she has extensive experience in class action litigation. Cristina also represents clients in various administrative agency proceedings, including matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health and the National Labor Relations Board.
In addition to employment and labor issues, Cristina also represents retailers in consumer privacy class actions, including those regarding violations of the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act.
Before Fox Rothschild
Cristina worked in the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties of the Department of Homeland Security handling claims of discrimination and harassment. During law school, Cristina was an employment litigation law clerk in the Office of Chief Counsel for the Transportation Security Administration. She was a Dean’s Fellow at the George Washington University School of Law and a National Hispanic Merit Scholar at the University of Florida.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Cristina is an active member of the California Minority Counsel Program’s Programming Committee. She also volunteers as a judge for the Odyssey of the Mind organization in the San Francisco Bay Region, an organization with which she has been involved for more than 13 years.
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