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J. Vincent Jones

  • Shareholder
  • 17 years experience

Saint John’s University, B.A. University of South Dakota, J.D.

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Born and raised in Sioux Falls, Vince joined Woods Fuller in 2004, focusing on general business law and commercial litigation. He represents a variety of clients, including large and small businesses, construction companies, developers, banks, farmers, entrepreneurs, doctors, dentists, and other professionals. His practice areas of expertise include:

Creditor Rights - Representing banks, agricultural companies, and property owners in matters including collection actions, foreclosures, and other creditor issues.

Real Estate
- Handling real estate transactions and development, mineral rights and leases. He has litigated lawsuits to enforce purchase agreements, commence foreclosures, landlord rights, and handle disputes between owners.

- Advising a variety of business entities, including non-profit organizations and privately held companies through formation, maintenance, succession planning, and mergers and acquisitions, as well as guiding clients through general business needs such as contracts, and collections law. He currently serves as the chair of the firm's Business and Corporate Transactions practice group.

Professional Practice
- Assisting many doctors, dentists, and other professionals in practice and asset purchases, regulatory compliance, employment law, and a myriad of other issues associated with professional practices.

General Litigation
- Litigating a variety of cases including construction, breach of contract, and property disputes. Government Relations - Representing clients before city councils, county commissions, administrative agencies, and the South Dakota Legislature.

Community service is important to Vince, and he has volunteered on or for the boards of numerous local non-profits. He served six years on the board of the Sioux Falls Youth Hockey Association, where he remains active. Vince is currently the co-chair of the Bob Burns Dakota Bowl Committee, and serves on the board of a local homeless shelter. Outside of his volunteer and work commitments, he enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, athletics, and the outdoors.

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