Daniel McGee - Ellis, Coleman, Poirier LaVoie & Steinheimer, LLP

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Daniel McGee

Ellis, Coleman, Poirier LaVoie & Steinheimer, LLP

555 University Avenue, Suite 200 East

Sacramento, CA 95825

916.283.8820

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  • Insurance Defense
  • Commercial Litigation
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Mr. McGee is an associate attorney whose practice focuses on litigation and complex litigation in matters of professional malpractice defense, real property rights, and business and commercial law.

Mr. McGee is an experienced civil litigator who has regularly practiced in federal and state courts since 2002. Prior to joining Ellis Coleman in 2006, Mr. McGee practiced two years with Wanland and Spaulding (formerly, Wanland and Bernstein), a firm specializing in business and real estate litigation. Mr. McGee represented both plaintiffs and defendants in trial and appellate courts as well as in arbitrations.

From 2002 to 2004, Mr. McGee practiced in the Law Offices of Edwin J. Zinman, a San Francisco boutique firm specializing in dental malpractice litigation. From 2000 to 2002, Mr. McGee also clerked for the firm while attending law school. Mr. McGee was a certified law student/intern in the San Francisco Office of Public Defender from 1999 to 2000 at which time he gained his first courtroom experience.

Mr. McGee is a member of the California State Bar and admitted to practice before all U.S District Courts of California.

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Undergraduate: University of Iowa
Law School: University of San Francisco
Admitted to Bar: 2001
Practice Areas: Business > Commercial Litigation
Business > Insurance Defense
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