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Jenna Kiziah McGee

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Jenna McGee concentrates her practice on complex commercial and construction litigation. Ms. McGee represents a broad range of clients, including multinational corporations, financial institutions, national and local businesses, and individuals.

Additionally, Ms. McGee has experience in all stages of litigation, including trials and appeals, in state and federal courts, as well as mediation and arbitration. She also provides day-to-day advice to clients in order to manage risk and resolve disputes outside of litigation.

Ms. McGee is admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second and Fourth Circuits, and the United States District Courts for South Carolina and the Southern District of New York.

Prior to joining Parker Poe, Ms. McGee practiced with an international law firm in New York in the area of business litigation with a focus on securities litigation matters. She also served as a law clerk to United States District Court Judge William H. Pauley III in the Southern District of New York.

While attending Duke University School of Law, Ms. McGee was Senior Editor for Law & Contemporary Problems, an interdisciplinary law journal.

Representative Experience

  • Breach and enforcement of contracts
  • Construction litigation, including claims of negligence, delay, defective work, liens and defective design
  • Real property disputes, including mechanics liens, landlord/tenant issues and litigation
  • Commercial torts, including fraud, interference with contract, unfair trade practices, and intellectual property
  • Other general commercial disputes

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Honors & Awards

  • Benchmark Litigation, Under 40 Hot List, 2016
  • Charleston Regional Business Journal’s 40 under 40, 2012
  • South Carolina Super Lawyers Rising Star in Business Litigation, 2012-2015

Memberships

  • Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Charleston, Class of 2013
  • South Carolina Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Professional Development Committee