The Strong Firm P.C. is excited to announce the addition of Kelly Sullivan to its team of experienced attorneys. Kelly adds exceptional strength to the firm’s established practice areas based on her wealth of experience in the areas of Litigation, Labor and Employment Law, Business Law and Governmental Law, Zoning and Land Use.
Prior to joining the Strong Firm, Kelly practiced law in the Philadelphia region for the past 21 years. Most recently, Kelly served as General Counsel to a national staffing referral agency headquartered outside of Philadelphia. Prior to her general counsel role, Kelly held an Of Counsel position in the Labor and Employment practice group at the Philadelphia firm Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel. Before joining Obermayer, Kelly was a Partner at the firm McNichol, Byrne & Matlawski in the suburbs of Philadelphia where her practice focused on civil litigation, labor and employment, municipal law and zoning and land use. Kelly and her family recently relocated to The Woodlands to be near Kelly’s parents and brothers, who have been established members of the The Woodlands community for decades.
“We are excited to have Kelly join our growing team enhancing our established practice areas of litigation, labor and employment, business and government law and adding to our high level of support to our clients and community” noted Strong. “Kelly’s prior experience and senior leadership, along with her connection to community, brings incredible depth and to our long-established Woodlands-based practice.”
“I truly look forward to becoming a trusted advisor to those in need of legal services in The Woodlands,” Kelly said. “Joining The Strong Firm feels like coming home – back to my community-based law firm roots.” Kelly added, “the best bonus for me is, along with the rest of my family, calling The Woodlands home.”
The Strong Firm P.C. is a locally owned and operated business law firm founded in 2004 in The Woodlands which specializes in all aspects of business law, including: real estate; oil, gas and energy; mergers, acquisitions and sales; business and governmental law and contracts; corporations, LLCs and partnerships; trusts and estate planning; commercial disputes; lending and borrowing; employment law and trademarks.
Along with the recent addition of Senior Counsel, Kelly Sullivan, the firm’s team of seven attorneys include Bret Strong, Managing Shareholder; Brian Albert, Shareholder; Kristen Bates, Senior Associate Attorney; Kristina Frankel, Of Counsel; Aaron Carlson, Of Counsel, and Carissa Peterson, Associate Attorney.
The Strong Firm P.C. serves individuals and businesses in The Woodlands and the Greater Houston area as well as clients around the country and the world. Community-minded, The Strong Firm P.C. is an active member of dozens of community and civic organizations including, The Woodlands Economic Development Partnership, The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce, Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Montgomery County, Yes to Youth – Montgomery County Youth Services, and Interfaith of The Woodlands, and serves as the official law firm of The Woodlands Township’s signature races: the Muddy Trails Bash, Run and Done 3.1, Glow and Go 5K, Woodforest Bank TRI-The Woodlands Triathlon, and the Memorial Hermann 10 for Texas, as well as an annual sponsor for the opening of The Ice Rink at The Woodlands Town Center. In 2014, Bret Strong was named a “Hometown Hero” by Interfaith of The Woodlands.
The Strong Firm P.C. is located in The Woodlands at the Two Hughes Landing building overlooking Lake Woodlands at 1790 Hughes Landing Boulevard. For more information, call 281-367-1222 or visit the firm’s website at www.thestrongfirm.com.
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