Partner, Trial and Global Disputes, King & Spalding LLC
Lennette Lee’s practice extends to all areas of complex commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on consumer class actions, intellectual property/media disputes, and employment and worker misclassification issues. Lennette has extensive experience leading the defense in high-stakes disputes through all phases of litigation in state and federal trial and appellate courts, and has successfully tried multiple cases before juries and administrative bodies.
Complex Commercial Litigation
Lennette’s civil litigation practice focuses on high-stakes disputes that span a wide range of claims including business torts, partnership disputes, breaches of contract, and environmental claims. In 2019, she represented a tech start-up company in a 10-day jury trial for claims of breaches of warranty and fraud with damages exceeding $100 million, and secured a favorable settlement for the client just before a motion for a new trial was to be heard by the court.
Lennette represents multiple entertainment and media conglomerates, including entertainment studios, music publishers and record labels, and media/news companies. Her litigation work for these clients is focused on copyright infringement, trademark infringement, as well as licensing and royalty disputes.
Consumer and Employment Matters
Lennette is conversant in Chinese (Mandarin). She proudly serves on the board of UNITE-LA, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating educational and career opportunities to the underserved youth and young adults in Los Angeles County. Lennette was named by the Los Angeles Business Journal as a 2023 Leader of Influence - Minority Attorneys. She has also been regularly recognized as a Rising Star by Southern California Super Lawyers since 2014. In 2013, Lennette was awarded the Pro Bono Service Award by the ACLU Foundation of Southern California.
Lennette clerked for the Hon. John T. Nixon in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.