Kandice is co-chair of the Appellate & Post Trial Practice Group and is part of the Litigation and Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Practice Groups.
She focuses her practice on the representation of corporate clients in business disputes. Kandice handles both federal and state claims, and has represented businesses in cases involving contract disputes, eminent domain, and land use matters, among others. She has particular experience in the appellate courts, having handled a variety of complex appellate matters before the state appellate courts and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Kandice also represents transportation companies in litigation matters ranging from motor vehicle accident cases to freight claims and contract disputes.
Kandice regularly counsels private property owners in eminent domain matters. She has experience in defending clients in both state and federal condemnation actions. Kandice has successfully secured the constitutional guarantee of payment of just compensation for the taking of property and damages to the remainder property caused by the condemnation. She has additionally assisted clients in asserting inverse condemnation claims where the condemning authorities' activities resulted in a taking of private property without formal condemnation proceedings. Kandice also has experience asserting the rights of public entities under the Eminent Domain Code.
In addition to her work in the state and federal trial courts, she also handles appellate litigation matters. Kandice has put her experience as a law clerk to the Hon. Thomas G. Saylor, Pennsylvania Supreme Court to work for McNees clients, including businesses and trade organizations, by representing them in appellate matters before the Pennsylvania Supreme, Superior, and Commonwealth Courts and by consulting on matters proceeding to appellate litigation.