Craig T. Jones
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|Address:||1040 Crown Pointe Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Craig T. Jones has been practicing law in Atlanta since 1986. He has handled more than 60 published appeals, including two oral arguments before the United States Supreme Court on matters of federal constitutional law, as well as many other appellate matters in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court and the Georgia Court of Appeals. In addition to his extensive appellate experience, Mr. Jones has participated in approximately 50 jury trials, winning a $2.3 million medical malpractice verdict just two weeks before joining Page Perry’s litigation team. Mr. Jones has litigated hundreds of civil actions and taken thousands of depositions throughout Georgia, and he has made pro hac vice appearances in federal courts in New York, California, Alabama, and the District of Columbia as well as state courts in North and South Carolina. His two decades of litigation experience has included wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases, mass torts and class actions, civil rights, product liability, professional negligence, employment discrimination, and intellectual property.
A North Carolina native, Mr. Jones received his B.A. degree from Brown University (1981 with honors), where he won an award for the best honors thesis in American History, and his J.D. degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in 1985. He has been a longtime member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America). Mr. Jones is a frequent lecturer at Continuing Legal Education seminars, and he has authored a number of publications to help attorneys improve their trial and appellate skills.
Since joining Page Perry, Mr. Jones has developed an extensive investor’s rights practice focusing on mishandled brokerage accounts and fraudulently marketed investment products, particularly auction rate securities. He has filed lawsuits and financial industry arbitrations against several large banks and broker-dealers, while continuing his traditional practice of complex litigation and appeals in the areas of governmental liability, constitutional law, and the representation of catastrophically injured persons.