I represent businesses and individual clients in all areas of litigation and also... more
I represent businesses and individual clients in all areas of litigation and also provide my clients with counsel and advice on litigation avoidance. I have successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in business and tort litigation at the state and federal levels and before various state and local administrative agencies. The highlight of my career so far has been representin... view profile
Kathy A. Lee is a partner in the law firm of Cline, Farrell, Christie, Lee, P.C. in... more
Kathy A. Lee is a partner in the law firm of Cline, Farrell, Christie, Lee, P.C. in Indianapolis, Indiana. She has an A.A. Degree in Nursing from Indiana University School of Nursing in Indianapolis (1978), a B.S. Degree in Nursing from Marian College in Indianapolis (1983), earned her J.D. Degree from Indiana University (1987), and received her L.L.M. degree in Health Policy Bioethics (2010)... view profile
I have practiced civil iitigation in Indiana State and Federal Courts for 26 years.... more
I have practiced civil iitigation in Indiana State and Federal Courts for 26 years. I am trained in Domestic, Eldercare, Civil and Foreclosure Mediation. Visit my website to learn more about my mediation services. When scheduling mediation, please have all interested parties contact me.
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