Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Kylie Holladay practices complex civil litigation representing clients in state and federal courts throughout the Southeastern United States. She primarily focuses on first-party property and liability coverage disputes, defending both foreign and domestic insurers. In addition, Kylie handles direct defense litigation as appointed counsel and serves as monitoring counsel in insurance coverage and defense litigation.
Kylie also advises clients on insurance coverage issues, including commercial general liability, commercial property and construction defects.
Kylie’s representative matters include defense of coverage actions arising from catastrophic natural disaster property losses, including multimillion dollar claims brought by national chain stores, defense of retail establishments against various actions arising from premises liability claims and coverage analysis and defense of numerous first party property claims for both commercial and homeowners policies.
Kylie received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. She earned her law degree from Duke University School of Law with honors. While there, she was a staff editor for the journal Law and Contemporary Problems and served on the Executive Board for the Mock Trial Team.
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