King & Jones
Our firm was founded by legendary Chicago trial lawyer, Jay A. Canel in 1985. Peter King brought his experience as a CPA and trial attorney to the firm in 1986. Bill Jones joined the firm in 1991, fresh from completing his clerkship with the Illinois Supreme Court. Mr. Canel retired in 1999, leaving King and Jones to carry on the Firm’s tradition of providing the best business litigation and trial advocacy in Chicago and throughout the United States. For the past 30 years, King and Jones has delivered on their promise to provide successful, cost effective business litigation and trial services to corporations and entrepreneurs in Chicago, and across the U.S.
Peter King is an exceptional attorney. He represented us on a property dispute case and I found him to be insightful with a clear grasp of the issues. He was well prepared, meticulously organized, and accessible throughout the process. His strategies and thoughtful litigation resulted in a favorable ruling on my case. I will unhesitatingly choose him for any future legal matters.
Strongly recommended. They quickly grasped my legal situation and provided me with well thought out options to consider at each decision point of my legal matter. They are smart, tough and has the experience to deal with complex legal matters. The attorneys at Canel, King and Jones, provide big firm quality, but the personal attention only available at a smaller practice. The personal relationship developed with me during my matter provided me with the confidence that they had my interests in mind.
Peter King and his firm, Canel, King & Jones, have represented me and several of my corporate entities for over thirty years. They are experienced litigators who fight aggressively to achieve the best possible outcome and protect their clients’ business interests. Their area of expertise is not limited to litigating partnership disputes, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud or corporate opportunity disputes. They are litigators and trial lawyers who are dedicated to aggressively fighting for the client. They know litigation is not about them, but about achieving the best outcome and they know how to do it.
- Continental Resources, Inc., v. P&P Industries, LLC, I., 2018 N.D. 11, 906 N.W. 2d 105
- Pattullo-Banks v. City of Park Ridge, 2014 IL App (1st) 132856;
- DeGeer v. Gillis, 842 F.Supp.2d 1055 (N.D. Ill. 2012);