James

M. "Jim" McGee

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500 N. Akard Street, Suite 3800
Dallas, TX 75201-6659

Overview

Jim’s practice focuses on commercial litigation including a concentration on representation of state court and federal equity receivers, director and officer litigation, financial services representation, lender liability defense and creditors' rights. Jim has substantial experience representing both State and Federal receivers appointed in securities fraud cases.

He has more than 15 years of experience in representing financial institutions consisting of commercial mortgage lenders and servicers, national banks and insurance companies. Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Jim worked at two globally based large law firms in their Dallas and Houston offices, and prior beginning his legal career, Jim worked in the commercial loan division of several large Texas banks.

Education

Admissions

  • Memberships

    • Dallas Bar Association, Bankruptcy & Commercial Law, Business Litigation, Tort & Insurance and Trial Skills Sections
    • National Association of Federal Equity Receivers
    • State Bar of Texas, Litigation Section

Overview

Jim’s practice focuses on commercial litigation including a concentration on representation of state court and federal equity receivers, director and officer litigation, financial services representation, lender liability defense and creditors' rights. Jim has substantial experience representing both State and Federal receivers appointed in securities fraud cases.

He has more than 15 years of experience in representing financial institutions consisting of commercial mortgage lenders and servicers, national banks and insurance companies. Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Jim worked at two globally based large law firms in their Dallas and Houston offices, and prior beginning his legal career, Jim worked in the commercial loan division of several large Texas banks.

Experience

  • Director & Officer Litigation

    Represented the liquidating trust of a bankrupt public telecommunications company in a suit against the company’s officers and directors. The claims were for

  • Insolvency Litigation

    Represented a court-appointed receiver in a suit involving fraudulently transferred and removed assets, including a 55-foot yacht that was located Mexico. Numerous assets,

  • Insolvency Litigation

    Represented a court-appointed receiver in an SEC enforcement action where numerous oil and gas assets were recovered, and successfully sold, after litigation to clear title.

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