BRYCE GEE's practice includes
a variety of election law matters involving initiative, referendum,
and recall measures, candidate statements and ballot designations, and
official voter-pamphlet arguments. Mr. Gee has also represented
public agencies and local governments.
Recently, Mr. Gee was trial counsel in a three-year long administrative enforcement action against a health insurer, which was being prosecuted for violating state insurance laws. Other representative cases
include Friends of Loma Linda v. Verjil, No. E040974, 2008 WL 3845407
(Cal. Ct. App. Aug. 19, 2008); Preserve Shorecliff Homeowners v. City
of San Clemente, 158 Cal. App.4th 1427 (2008); and Padilla v. Lever,
463 F.3d 1046 (9th Cir. 2006) (en banc).
Mr. Gee has successfully argued
in trial and appellate courts, and has experience in all aspects oftrial and pre-trial discovery.
Mr. Gee graduated Phi Beta
Kappa from Cornell University with a B.A. in Economics, and received
his J.D. from Yale Law School. In law school, he served as an
editor and on the admissions committee of the Yale Law Journal.
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