300 South Phillips Ave, Suite 300
J. Vincent Jones, Attorney
Vince Jones is a native of Sioux Falls and joined the firm in 2004. He became a shareholder in 2012. His primary areas of practice include general business law and commercial litigation. He represents a variety of clients including large and small business, construction companies, banks and farmers. On commercial litigation matters Vince handles on a regular basis range from collections to contract disputes.
He has governmental relations experience and has represented clients in front of city councils, county commissions, administrative agencies, and the South Dakota legislature. Vince is a member of the State Bar of South Dakota, the Minnesota State Bar Association, and the Second Circuit Bar Association.
In his free time, Vince enjoys hunting, fishing, the outdoors, athletics and long distance running. He currently serves as the president of the Sioux Falls Youth Hockey Association.
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Admitted to bar:
2004, South Dakota
Saint John’s University, B.A. Political Science, 2001
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