Kyle J. McGee

  • Title: Director
  • Phone: (302) 622-7058
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  • Education:

    University of Edinburgh Law School, LL.M.(R) (Hons.) (2009)

    Villanova Law School, J.D., cum laude (2009)

    University of Scranton, B.A. (2005)

  • Admissions:
    Delaware, New Jersey, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, U.S. District Court for the District of DE, U.S. District Court for the District of NJ

Kyle McGee is a director at Grant & Eisenhofer. Mr. McGee’s practice includes public entity representation as well as whistleblower/qui tam, consumer protection, securities, commodities, ERISA, and environmental litigation. Mr. McGee has held leading roles in cases recovering hundreds of millions of dollars for defrauded investors, consumers, workers, and public treasuries.

Mr. McGee currently works with different state Attorneys General in litigation matters against Monsanto Co. arising out of statewide environmental contamination allegedly caused by the company and its toxic polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and against GlaxoSmithKline LLC relating to its marketing and sales of drugs including Paxil, Wellbutrin, and Zofran. He is a court-appointed member of the international liaison committee in the global consumer class action against Apple, Inc., arising out of its alleged throttling of iPhone/iPad device performance in 2017.  He is a member of teams prosecuting consumer protection claims against Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche in relation to the “Dieselgate” scandal, and against General Motors in relation to its allegedly faulty ignition switches.  In addition, Mr. McGee represents numerous relators in confidential whistleblower actions under the federal and various state False Claims Acts, as well as the whistleblower programs managed by the Securities & Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

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Mr. McGee earned a postgraduate research degree, with honors, in the history and philosophy of law from the University of Edinburgh.  In 2009, he received his J.D., cum laude, from Villanova University, where he was a Dean’s Merit scholar.  In 2005, he received a B.A. in philosophy as well as media technologies from the University of Scranton.