Author Archives: Brian Jones

About Brian Jones

I represent clients in all aspects of business litigation, but focus my practice on complex litigation and arbitration matters concerning insurance and reinsurance, antitrust, class actions, securities, real estate disputes, and contract matters. I am the co-chair of the Bose McKinney & Evans Insurance Group. I was listed in the 2017 and 2016 "Best Lawyers in America" for Insurance Coverage and named a "Rising Star" in Insurance Coverage by Super Lawyers in Indiana in 2014. I was also named a "Rising Star" in Business Litigation by Super Lawyers in Indiana in 2013 and 2012, and a 2010 “Rising Star” in Business Litigation in Texas. I am a member of the State Bars of Indiana and Texas, the Defense Research Institute, a former member of the Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas, and I am licensed to practice before all state courts in Indiana and Texas, as well as all federal courts in Indiana, the Northern, Western, and Southern Districts of Texas, the Northern District of Illinois, and the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fifth, Seventh, and Eleventh Circuits. I received my bachelor’s degree, cum laude, in political science and my master’s degree in teaching from Trinity University, where I was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. I received my doctor of jurisprudence degree from the University of Texas School of Law, where I was the Director of Communications for the Legal Research Board and a member of the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society. Before attending law school, I taught high school geography, government and economics in San Antonio, Texas.

Happy 2015 from the Bose Law and Technology Blog

To all our friends and readers, we wish you a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2015!

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Microsoft (Finally) Makes Office for iOS Functional and Free

You may want to sit down for this one, because I’m about to praise Microsoft, a company whose products typically draw my ire multiple times per day… Last week, Microsoft updated its Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for iOS, allowing … Continue reading

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This Message Will Self-Destruct: Confide, Snapchat, and How New Self-Destructing Messaging Services Could Alter the Discovery Landscape

Self-destructing messages used to be found only in spy shows like “Mission Impossible.” But new messaging apps like teen-favorite Snapchat and the newly released Confide have brought the concept of self-destructing messages into the mainstream. Each of these apps has, … Continue reading

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App Update: Scanner Pro is Free this Week on the App Store

Following up on Cheryl’s post, “Year-end Must Have Bargain Priced Apps,” Scanner Pro is Apple’s “App of the Week” this week–which means it’s free for iPhones and iPads. I’m a big fan of Readdle’s productivity apps (particularly the also-great and … Continue reading

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Northern District of Indiana Approves Keyword Culling Prior to Predictive Coding; Can Skynet, LLP Be Far Behind?

Recently, Judge Miller in the Northern District of Indiana approved the use of predictive coding in a large, multidistrict litigation concerning certain hip implants manufactured by Biomet. As the order notes, Biomet started with a universe of about 19.5 million … Continue reading

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