Quincy Ann Marie Jones


  • Office Contact Info
  • Biography

    Quincy Jones is a Partner in the Dallas office of GRSM. Quincy defends mid-size to large corporations, including manufacturers, distributors, contractors, employers, and premises owners in a variety of product liability and toxic tort litigation, including asbestos, cosmetic talcum powder, and typical commercial products, involving personal injury and wrongful death. Further, Quincy serves as national coordinating counsel and has successfully managed dockets of mass tort cases. Quincy participates in all phases of litigation, including drafting responsive pleadings; drafting dispositive motions; drafting written discovery; leading extensive document reviews; overseeing complex discovery; conducting plaintiff, fact witness, and expert depositions; developing fact and expert witnesses; participating in mediation; developing trial strategies; and attending trial.


    • Texas
    • U.S. District Court, Northern, Eastern and Southern District of Texas


    • State Bar of Texas
    • Women’s Advocacy Committee for Legal Aid
  • Practice Areas
  • Representative Experience

    Environmental & Toxic Tort

    • Member of National Coordinating Counsel Team for various premises owners and product manufacturers.
    • Assisted in multiple trials for product manufacturers and premises owners in various toxic tort matters.
    • Assisted in successfully excluding Plaintiffs’ experts’ improper testimony offered in violation of rules of evidence, effectively eliminating their opinions, in a toxic tort trial.
    • Member of appellate team that prevented expansion of liability under Arizona law for alleged take-home toxic exposure.
    • Led numerous complex discovery investigations for premises owners, product manufacturers, and employers in toxic tort matters to assist in developing facts, answering discovery, and overall strategy.
    • Secured summary judgment for a federal government contractor in a complicated toxic tort matter.
    • Secured no-evidence motion for summary judgment for a product manufacturer in a toxic tort matter.
    • Secured dismissals and nonsuits based on lack of personal jurisdiction in multiple toxic tort cases in Missouri and Texas.

    Products Liability

    • Defended multiple product manufacturers in various personal injury cases across Texas.
    • Secured dismissal based on lack of personal jurisdiction in a products liability case in Texas.


    • Chapman v. Avon et al. – Los Angeles, CA (2022)
    • Eggers v. Colgate – Oklahoma City, OK (2022)
    • Moore v. Colgate et al. – Los Angeles, CA (2021)
    • Cynthia Hayes, as Executrix of the Estate of Donna Ann Hayes v. Colgate-Palmolive Company, et al. - Louisville, Kentucky (2019)
    • Desiree Hooper-Lynch v. Colgate-Palmolive Company, et. al. – New York City, New York (2019)
    • Charles & Sally Brandt v. Colgate-Palmolive Company, et. al. – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2019)
    • Paul Garcia v. Colgate-Palmolive Company, et. al. – Los Angeles, California (2018)
    • Gregory Fordham, Individually and as Special Administrator of the Estate of Harold Fordham, deceased v. A.W. Chesterton, Inc., et al. –Illinois (2018)
    • Olga Gonzalez, Ventura Gonzalez III, and Lisa Saenz, Individually and as Representatives of the Estate of Ventura Gonzalez, II, Deceased v. CNA Holdings, Inc., f/k/a Celanese Corp. – Kingsville, Texas (2018)
  • Publications & Presentations


    • Arizona Holds No Duty of Care Owed in a Take-Home Exposure Case
    • Who Goes on the Verdict Form: Arkansas’ Evolving Apportionment Rules
    • National Compendium of Causation Standards in Asbestos Litigation
    • Employers: Are You Completely Protected by the Workers’ Compensation Bar?
    • Never Mind the Facts: The Damning Narrative Plaintiffs Can Aim at Any Defendant
  • Education


    J.D., summa cum laude, University of Arkansas School of Law, 2016

    • Graduate Assistant to Professor Mary Beth Matthews, Contracts
    • Awarded “Best Oralist”- first year appellate brief argument
    • Symposium Editor, Arkansas Law Review
    • President, Women’s Law Student Association
    • Vice President, Business Law Society
    • Phi Alpha Delta
    • Student Bar Association

    M.Acc., Integrated Master of Accountancy, University of Arkansas, 2013

    • Graduate Assistant to Professor Dixon Cooper
    • Treasurer, Beta Alpha Psi

    B.S., International Business, University of Arkansas, 2013

    • Minors: Spanish and Economics
    • Founding President, Alpha Lambda Delta
    • Treasurer, Beta Alpha Psi