As a member of the firm’s Litigation Department, Jordan focuses his practice on a variety of commercial civil litigation and regulatory defense matters, including partnership and corporate conflicts, trade secret issues, unfair competition claims, real estate disputes, consumer fraud actions, shareholder matters, employment issues, director/officer claims and other complex commercial disputes. In addition to his business litigation experience, Jordan focuses his practice on providing clients with advice concerning management of legal issues in crisis situations. Jordan handles matters in a variety of forums, including New Jersey state courts, New York state courts and United States District Courts.
- Obtained dismissal of all claims asserted against a building contractor after trial, defending against claims that the contractor violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, negligently performed work and breached its construction contract.
- Obtained summary judgment dismissing all counterclaims against a wholesale distributor of swimming pool supplies and equipment, including claims that the client sold defective products.
- Represent one of the fastest-growing bakeries in the United States in a variety of litigation and corporate matters.
- Served on a team of attorneys representing several large corporations, including a multinational retail corporation and a mattress retail company.
- Obtained judgment dismissing a $300,000 lawsuit against a New Jersey nursing home.
- Represent a former prisoner pro bono in a lawsuit against prison officials alleging improper medical care.
Before Fox Rothschild
Between his second and third year of law school, Jordan was a summer associate for Fox Rothschild. During law school, Jordan worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable James S. Rothschild, Jr. of the New Jersey Superior Court, Essex County, Civil Division. Jordan had additional experience working as a law clerk for a general litigation firm in Newark, New Jersey.
While at Rutgers School of Law – Newark, Jordan was a member of the Rutgers Moot Court Board and a member of the Rutgers Tax Law Clinic. Before entering the legal field, Jordan worked intimately with small to medium sized businesses in the Easton, Pennsylvania community and served as an economist for the William Morris Foundation, focusing on the working relationships between small businesses, local governments, and the surrounding community.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
An active member of the community, Jordan serves as the mock trial coach at Livingston High School.
Honors & Awards
- Recipient of Rutgers School of Law – Newark Pro Bono Award (Rutgers School of Law – Newark)
- Order of the Coif (Rutgers School of Law – Newark)
- Robert Hunsicker Prize for Small Business Studies (Lafayette College)