Our Litigation Group is comprised of seasoned trial lawyers with experience representing individuals who have been seriously injured or wronged and are seeking justice. We pride ourselves in representing clients from case intake all the way through the trial and appellate court phases at both the federal and state level. Our attorneys have unparalleled experience in numerous industries, including civil rights, products liability, breach of contract, entertainment, landlord/tenant disputes, construction defect, wrongful death, premises liability, business fraud, burn injuries, brain injury, real estate, technology and telecommunications. Our lawyers will aggressively fight for his or her client to ensure he or she is made whole again.
Civil Litigation Practice areas include:
The Entertainment, Media and Technology Group represents a client base in both traditional and new/emerging platforms, including motion picture and television producers, writers, directors and actors.
To complement our entertainment transactional and intellectual property representation, the firm has a sophisticated approach to litigation of entertainment matters. With respect to technology and intellectual property, we offer our clients a full range of legal services relating to the acquisition, enforcement and commercialization of intellectual property assets. These services include counseling; technology transfer, outsourcing and licensing agreements, and other transaction-related services; trademark and copyright litigation.
Our Entertainment practice areas include:
Our Employment & Labor practice areas include:
Jones & Jones Law Group is committed to fighting for worker rights and ensuring that employees are fairly treated and compensated. Our attorneys represent clients in a variety of labor and employment matters, including allegations of wrongful termination, civil rights violations, retaliation, employment discrimination and harassment. One of our lawyers can explain your rights and legal options and offer you intelligent legal guidance and experienced representation if filing a formal complaint or litigation is appropriate.