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Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Attorney R. Colten Jones to Hendersonville Office
Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is proud to welcome R. Colten Jones in the firm’s Sumner County office. Jones counsels clients in numerous aspects of civil matters, including general civil litigation, estate planning, and intellectual property issues, and will work closely with attorney Marty Cook in other areas of commercial and employment litigation.
Jones was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in 2016 and admitted to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee in 2018. Prior to joining Bone McAllester Norton, Jones handled all aspects of civil litigation with a focus on insurance defense as an associate attorney at Nashville law firm Brewer, Krause, Brooks & Chastain, LLP. His previous experience also includes performing extensive legal research and writing draft orders, opinions and legal memos as a staff attorney at Warren Circuit Court in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
“We are thrilled to welcome Colten to the Bone McAllester Norton family,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “His unique skill set, diverse work experiences and enthusiasm for law will be extremely valuable as we expand our presence in Sumner County. Colten has a bright future, and we look forward to his continued growth and success as a member of our team.”
Jones earned his undergraduate degree from Lipscomb University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky. While attending law school, he served as a legal intern for Fayette County Attorney’s Office in Lexington, Kentucky as well as the office of U.S. Senator Rand Paul in Washington, D.C.
A former tennis professional and NCAA Division 1 student athlete, Jones enjoys playing and coaching tennis. He is also a member of the Tennessee Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and has participated in various volunteer activities with Lipscomb University and Nashville-area churches, including joint initiatives with Special Olympics Tennessee as well as disaster relief efforts.