Bruce McGee

Background

For more than forty years, Bruce McGee has been actively engaged in a private law practice, focusing on banking law, creditors’ rights, real estate and general business law. Bruce is a 1969 graduate of Texas Christian University and is a 1973 graduate of Baylor University School of Law. He is regularly recognized as a “Super Lawyer” in the area of banking law by Thomson Reuters and as one of the top-ranked banking law attorneys in Fort Worth by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine.

During his career, Bruce has had the honor of representing a client in a significant employment law case before the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, a Fellow in the Texas Bar Foundation, a charter member of the Texas Association of Bank Counsel where he currently serves as a Director.

Awards & Recognitions

Named a Top Attorney in Banking by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine for 2007 – 2014.

Named a “Texas Super Lawyer” for 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. “Super Lawyers” is a Thomson-Reuters service printed in Texas Monthly.

AV-Rated Martindale-Hubbell®: Preeminent™

Areas of Practice

Banking & Finance
Bankruptcy
Business
Business Litigation
Estate Planning & Probate
Litigation
Real Estate

 

Associations & Memberships

Texas Association of Bank Counsel

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Education

  • JD Baylor Law (1973)
  • BA Texas Christian University (1969)

Bar/Court Admissions

  • Texas Bar (1973)
  • US District Court for the Northern, Southern, Western, and Eastern Districts of Texas
  • US Court of Appeals for the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits
  • US Supreme Court
3/27/17

John Allen Chalk taught a continuing education class on “Red Flags & Risk Areas” for American Arbitration Association on March 23, 2017

John Allen Chalk taught American Arbitration Association’s Arbitrator Continuing Education training for AAA arbitrators on ‘Red Flags & Risk Areas:...
3/27/17

John Allen Chalk taught continuing education training course for American Arbitration Association

John Allen Chalk taught American Arbitration Association’s Arbitrator Continuing Education training for AAA arbitrators on ‘Dealing with Difficult Attorneys in...
3/8/17

John Allen Chalk published in March 2017 issue of the Texas Bar Journal

The Texas Bar Journal has published John Allen Chalk’s article “Arbitration Has Benefits” in the March 2017 issue, Vol. 80,...