Zach Jones

Zach devotes his practice to meeting the needs of his clients, most of which are in the real estate development, design, and construction industry--as well as companies that do business with municipalities, states, and the federal government. He is admitted to practice law throughout Tennessee, Kentucky, and before the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Court of Federal Claims.  In addition, Zach spends time advising clients and litigating cases which further the public good, including veteran organizations, religious institutions, and organizations dedicated to preserving life at all ages.

Zach has litigated cases with multi-million dollar consequences to successful conclusion--including favorable results in mediation, arbitration, and before governmental agencies.  In addition to claims for monetary damages, Zach has helped many clients navigate the complexities of administrative red tape, including bid disputes, status protests, and licensure issues.  Prior to becoming a lawyer, Zach was a construction professional and is a combat infantry veteran who served on active duty with the 101st Airborne Division.

Education

Trevecca Nazarene University, B.A.

University of Memphis, JD, magna cum laude

Law Review; Moot Court, Exec. Bd.; Memphis Assoc. of Law & Business, Pres.

Admissions

Tennessee

Kentucky

U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Court of Federal Claims

U.S. District Court:

Eastern District of Tennessee

Middle District of Tennessee

Western District of Tennessee

Eastern District of Kentucky

Western District of Kentucky

Selected Publications

Discovery Deskbook for Construction Disputes, 2d Ed., Ch. 7 Discovery by Deposition (ABA 2015)

More Sticks & Bricks, A Lawyers Guide to Advanced Construction Systems and Techniques, Ch. 9 Modular Construction (ABA 2018)

The Allocation of Differing Site Conditions Risk, Tunneling & Underground Constr., Vol. 9 No. 1, Mar. 2015

Differing Site Conditions:  Recent Decision Affirms Contractor Reliance on Owner-Provided Geotech Info, Tennessee Road Builder Magazine, Mar. 2014

Subcontracting is a risky business:  Ensuring payment on public-private partnerships, Insurance, Surety & Liens, ABA Forum on Construction Law (Dec 2013)

Professional Accolades

AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell

Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™ for his work in Construction Law

Mid-South Super Lawyers, Rising Star, Top Rated Construction Litigation Attorney (TN, AL, and MS)

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