Arthur R. Armstrong is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's Philadelphia office. Mr. Armstrong's practice concentrates in insurance recovery exclusively on behalf of policyholders and commercial litigation.
Mr. Armstrong regularly represents privately held and publicly traded companies against primary and excess insurers to secure coverage under property, commercial general liability, D&O, E&O and other insurance policies. Mr. Armstrong's practice also focuses on insurance recovery for cyber attacks, including ransomware, DDoS attacks, social engineering, malware attacks and other cyber threats. Mr. Armstrong serves as the deputy co-chair of Anderson Kill's Cyber Insurance Recovery Practice Group and holds a certificate from HarvardX for "Cybersecurity: Managing Risk in the Information Age."
Mr. Armstrong has also represented financial institutions, real estate developers, technology companies, and other business entities in litigation matters involving corporate governance, employment discrimination, commercial and residential property development and various contract disputes. Mr. Armstrong has also handled appeals before the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Since 2014, Mr. Armstrong has been recognized by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers as a "Rising Star."
While attending Temple University Law School, Mr. Armstrong was a recipient of the Albert H. Friedman Prize for excellence in legal research and writing. As an undergraduate at St. Joseph's University, Mr. Armstrong was inducted into The Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Board member, Center City Residents Association; The Union League of Philadelphia; SPARK Program youth mentor; Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyer for the Arts; Pro Bono Settlement Master for landlord-tenant appeals to Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.