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Lee Prickett concentrates on the firm’s Business and Construction practices in the Greenville, SC office, working closely with both large and small business owners in the Greenville area and throughout the state to navigate their legal issues. This includes areas such as liability litigation and insurance defense, insurance coverage actions, contract drafting and review, resolution of contract disputes, creditors’ representation during bankruptcy and collection practices.
As a construction lawyer, Lee represents general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, equipment rental companies, insurers, sureties, project owners and a variety of other entities involved in the construction process.This includes representing clients in matters related to initial contract drafting and review, mechanic’s liens, payment bond claims, delay and acceleration claims, construction defect cases and collection matters.
Additionally, Lee handles issues related to Real Property, including the representation of lenders and mortgage servicers with eviction, foreclosure filing/servicing, litigation, loan workouts and loss mitigation services, along with disputes related to property rights.
Lee is originally from St. Matthews, S.C., and is married with two daughters and a son. When not spending time with his family, you can find him taking advantage of the outdoor recreation the state offers, from hunting to offshore fishing.
- Clemson University
B.S. in Business Management, Cum Laude
- University of South Carolina School of Law -Juris Doctor
- Former member of the ABA Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal
- Former Clerk for the House of Representatives Labor Commerce and Industry Committee
- Clemson University Board of Visitors
- Former Director – Greenville Clemson Club
- South Carolina Bar Association — Construction Law Section
- Greenville County Bar Association
- American Bar Association — Forum on Construction Industry and Law Practice Division
- Contributing author of the South Carolina Construction Law Deskbook
- Active Member of the Carolinas Association of General Contractors (CAGC)
- South Carolina
- U.S. District Court, South Carolina District
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit