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Contact information:
City Centre
200 South Lamar Street
Jackson, MS 39201
Telephone: (601) 812-6630
Facsimile: (601) 206-0119

Ian Jones is an associate in the firm’s Jackson, Mississippi office and focuses his practice on mass tort, environmental, personal injury, and product liability litigation. As part of the firm’s Trust Transparency Team, Ian provides information to insurers and local counsel across the country regarding bankruptcy trust claims needed to effectively defend and value asbestos lawsuits. Before joining Maron Marvel, Ian spent time in New York to acquire master’s and doctorate degrees in theology, focusing his studies on historical theology as applied to contemporary ethics. He also has prior experience in employment, education, and commercial litigation, having written numerous briefs that helped to secure summary judgment for clients in state and federal court..

Ian was a law clerk to the Honorable Clarence A. Brimmer, United States District Judge for the District of Wyoming, was an Intern at the Office of the Mississippi Attorney General, and practiced Commercial Litigation prior to joining the firm.

Asbestos, Environmental, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Mass Toxic Tort Litigation

Pennsylvania, 2002; Mississippi, 2004; U.S. District Courts of the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi, 2004; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 2006

Fordham University, Ph.D., Theology
St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, M.A., Theology (summa cum laude)
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D.
Baylor University, B.A., Political Science (summa cum laude)

The Mississippi Bar, Defense Research Institute, Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association, Capital Area Bar Association


“Trust Transparency Post-Garlock: Discovery and Deposition Strategies for Defense Counsel,” National Forum for Environmental & Toxic Tort Issues (FETTI), Winter/Spring 2016 Case Law Update Newsletter.

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