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Allyson Katherine Thompson
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Allyson Katherine Thompson

Practice areas:

Employment & Labor

Practice Areas

Licensed since 2005

  1. Employment & Labor: 100%
    9 years, 100 cases

Payment

Fees:

Contingent (33-40%)

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

9 total 

  • Laura Christine Hess

    Allyson is an exceptional employment lawyer. She has a strong track record of getting very favorable settlements for her clients. She is not afraid to take a case to trial and knows how to win over a jury.

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    Laura Hess Business Attorney
    Relationship: Co-worker

  • June Yang Cutter

    Allyson is an extremely knowledgeable employment law attorney, who strongly and passionately advocates for her clients.

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    June Cutter Litigation Attorney
    Relationship: Co-worker

Contact Info

Kring & Chung, LLP

38 Corporate Park
Irvine, CA, 92606

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
CAActive200505/20/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Rising Star - Employment LitigationSuper Lawyers2015
Rising StarCalfornia Super Lawyers2014
Rising StarCalifornia Super Lawyers2013

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
PartnerKring & Chung, LLP2015 - Present

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
Orange County Bar AssociationMember2015 - Present
Orange County Women Lawyers AssociationPresident Elect2011 - Present
SHRMAdvocacy Captain2010 - 2014

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Univ of HawaiiN/AundergraduateN/A
Lincoln Law SchoolN/AlawN/A

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
WebinarWage & Hour2014
SeminarAvoiding Employment Litigation2014
WorkshopAvoiding Employment Related Litigation Claims2013
Legal-Ize and Legal-WizeSocial Media in the Workplace2012
Legal-Ize and Legal-WizeHow To Avoid Employment Litigation2012
Annual Meeting & CME EventHow To Avoid Employment Related Litigation2011
AASPA 73rd Annual ConferenceHow to Avoid Employment Litigation2011