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Jesse C. Jones

  • Profile
  • Credentials
  • Community Involvement
  • Articles

Jesse Jones brings to the table well over forty years’ experience helping businesses and business people. Jesse joined The McIntosh Law Firm in 2015. He grew up in East Tennessee, was an honors and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Tennessee, and earned his law degree at the University of Michigan. He practiced complex commercial litigation in Miami, Florida, for 29 years, and moved to the Lake Norman area in 2006. He married his wife the year he began his legal career, and she now works as his legal assistant. They have two adult daughters, who live in New York City and in Boston. Jesse loves classical music, NASCAR, and cooking.

As Jesse puts it, he helps people solve problems, and he helps people avoid problems – and avoiding problems always costs less.

Area of Practice:

  • Business Law

Bar Admissions:

  • North Carolina
  • Florida
  • United States Supreme Court

Professional Associations:

  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Mecklenburg County Bar Association

Ask for Attorney Jesse C. Jones at (704) 892-1612.

  • University of Michigan Law School, J.D. Graduate School
  • University of Tennessee, B.A., With High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa College
Community Involvement
  • Davidson College Presbyterian Church (Elder, served as Clerk of Session and on Pastor Relations and Planning committees)
  • Presbytery of Charlotte, Presbyterian Church USA, Permanent Judicial Commission
  • Ada Jenkins Center (Board of Directors, former Co-Chair)
  • Plymouth Congregational Church, Miami, Florida (Chair of Board of Trustees, member of Diaconate, Board of Christian Education, and Nominating Committee)
  • Christian Community Service Agency (Board President)
  • United Protestant Appeal (Board Vice President)
  • Top 5 "Must Have's" for an LLC Operating Agreement There are many steps necessary to a successful business set up.  For LLC’s (Limited Liability Companies) there are five key items that should be included. 2018 Visit Publication
  • Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - March 2018 Allegations of sexual harassment frequently depend on private conversations between two people and as such are difficult to verify. Moreover, what some find offensive others would dismiss as harmless banter. 2018 Visit Publication
  • Employee Fair Classification Act - Jan 2018 The State is cracking down on businesses treating employees as independent contractors.  Starting on December 31, 2017, the “North Carolina Employee Fair Classification Act” (“EFCA”) will require all employers to display a poster stating. 2017 Visit Publication
  • Who Needs Legal Guidance Law firms will be asked to provide formal written opinions, or to participate in meetings where business decisions are made. Successful business people count on having good lawyers only a phone call away. 2017 Visit Publication
  • Business Ownership; Do You Really Know What You Are Signing? If you own an interest, with others, in a business, make sure that you know the consequences of what you sign. One of the biggest challenges of any small business is deciding who makes what decisions. 2017 Visit Publication
  • When Does an Email Become a Contract? Email has become the primary means of communication in business because it is immediate and easy. It has surpassed the telephone and almost made facsimiles obsolete. 2016 Visit Publication
  • Business & Corporate Law Attorney Jesse Jones Joins the McIntosh Law Firm Attorney Jesse Jones recently joined The McIntosh Law Firm and offers legal services in the areas of business and corporate law, and civil litigation. 2015 Visit Publication

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