Meredith Jones is an associate in the firm’s Litigation & Trial Practice Group. She focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and on representing corporations in government investigations and internal investigations.
Ms. Jones received her J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law in 2009, where she was symposium editor of the Wake Forest Law Review, competed on the National Moot Court team and served as president of the Student Bar Association. Ms. Jones earned her B.A., cum laude, in international business administration from Rhodes College in 2005.
- Counsel to a major national bank in numerous actions filed throughout California alleging unfair debt collections practices (FDCPA, Rosenthal Act, TILA, FCRA, etc.).
- Counsel to a national insurance company in a contract dispute with a provider hospital; obtained summary judgment prior to the arbitration hearing.
- Defended a regional bank against qui tam suit based on alleged fraud relating to HUD loans.
- Ongoing defense of federal antitrust grand jury and foreign competition law investigations.
- Ongoing representation of corporate defendants in multidistrict antitrust litigation.
- Successfully defended health care provider against second-filed qui tam relator’s motion for attorney's fees, costs, and expenses.
- Appointed by the Eleventh Circuit to brief and argue case on behalf of pro se appellant.
- Georgia Bar Association
- Kentucky Bar Association