Jordan is an experienced litigator and has served as counsel in well-publicized cases involving ERISA fiduciary duty and prohibited transaction matters. He has represented institutional clients in high stakes securities class actions and was part of the litigation team that secured a $275 million settlement with Bear Stearns Companies, and a $19.9 million settlement with Deloitte & Touche LLP in In re Bear Stearns Companies, Inc. securities litigation. Amongst Jordan's most recent case outcomes was a $34.5 million recovery for investors in Patel v. L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc., a settlement that was more than eight times higher than the average settlement of cases with comparable investor losses.
Jordan's unique litigation experience also includes public service as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Jersey, where he prosecuted white collar crimes, including medicaid fraud, insurance fraud money laundering and racketeering. Jordan completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Corporate Governance and Business Ethics at Yale University where he also co-authored the book "End of Ethics and a Way Back: How to Fix a Fundamentally Broken Financial System." Jordan has served as a guest columnist for publications including the Morningstar Advisor.
Jordan received his Juris Doctor from New York Law School and a Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University. He is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey.
- Premier National Law Firm Grows New York Office With Top Litigator - March 25, 2018
- "End of Ethics and a Way Back: How to Fix a Fundamentally Broken Financial System" - Wiley Financial, April 2013
- “Has Anything Changed Since The Credit Crisis, What We Can Learn From The Fall of MF Global” - Morningstar, February 2012
- “New Proposed Uniform Fiduciary Standard May Fall Short of Dodd Frank Expectations” - Morningstar, December 2011
- “NFL Seeking to Tackle Concussions From The Ground Up” - Sports Litigation Alert, March 2011
- “Preventing Player Misconduct In Sports A Cultural Battle” - Professional Sports & The Law, November 2010
- “The Politics of Financing Spring Training, Not Always A Home Run” - Professional Sports & The Law, May 2010
- “Attorneys Debate Anti-Trust Arguments Of American Needle” - Sports Litigation Alert, April 2010
- “Effective Risk Management Means Planning For The Worst In Unsettled Times” - Sports Litigation Alert, October 2009
- New Jersey, 2010
- New York, 2011
- United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
- United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
- NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL, New York, NY
Juris Doctor, Public Service Certificate Award Recipient, May 2010
- VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, TN
Bachelor of Science, Major: History, Minor: International Relations, May 2007
- LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS & POLITICAL SCIENCE
Semester Abroad, Concentration: Macroeconomics & International Political Economy, Summer 2006