“I enjoy learning about my clients — what they do, how they do it, what their needs are, and how I can best work with them as they face the pressures of litigation.”
Christopher K. Jones
Hamilton College B.A. 2000
Washington & Lee School of Law J.D., cum laude, 2007
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia
District of Columbia Court of Appeals
Chris offers his experience as an ally for your complete legal needs in a diversity of litigation matters. As he helps drive the best client outcomes, he brings a depth of curiosity to every case. He enjoys asking a breadth of focused questions to identify the opposition’s flaws and clarify his clients’ strengths. By doing so, clients receive legal guidance they can trust to be informed and compelling.
Chris defends small and large corporations in commercial transportation cases and helps resolve issues involving products liability, premises liability, privacy, and data security. He represents insurers and their insureds, either in the claims stage or once litigation has begun.
In every step, Chris’ goal is to help his clients achieve optimal results. He is proactive and determined, digging deeply to identify every nuance of even the most complex liability cases. Chris brings experience identifying and resolving critical issues in legal actions ranging from medical information privacy to wrongful death trucking cases. He applies his problem-solving and goals-focused support to help clients gain the results they seek with efficiency and care. From responsive pleadings through to settlement or trial, he will work hard on your behalf, every step of the way.
During law school, Chris worked in a third-year externship with Justice G. Steven Agee in the Supreme Court of Virginia, and also served as the Senior Case Editor of Washington and Lee’s Environmental Law Digest. He is named a Rising Star by Virginia Super Lawyers and has given numerous continuing legal education presentations for the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys, the National Business Institute, and the Richmond Bar Association.
Products liability action involving a plumbing fixture: Chris convinced a determined and highly motivated plaintiff to dismiss his client on the eve of trial and proceed only against a co-defendant— resulting in his client paying nothing in settlement.
Medical information privacy for national retailer: Chris helped secure the dismissal of all six counts of the plaintiff’s complaint, a decision largely affirmed by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.