Jordan’s advocacy, efficiency and practicality have earned him the trust of clients in many industries. Though he’s litigated a broad array of complex commercial cases, Jordan is particularly focused on insurance, real estate and transportation related matters.
In his insurance practice, Jordan litigates coverage disputes, drafts coverage opinions and acts either as coverage counsel or independent counsel where insurance defense counsel has been appointed. Jordan has specific expertise in cyberinsurance coverage law, routinely counseling policyholders buying or renewing coverage and frequently lecturing on the topic. He’s also well versed in more traditional coverages, including CGL, D&O, E&O and other lines.
Jordan’s real estate litigation practice has included the representation of some of the largest commercial property owners in the world, including publicly traded companies, as well as the provision of equally sophisticated counsel to local developers, contractors and suppliers. Representative matters have included lease disputes, land use matters, premises liability lawsuits and a diverse array of commercial litigation.
In his transportation practice, Jordan acts as outside general counsel to taxicab, limousine and dispatch companies in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. He represents these clients in regulatory matters before the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission and the Philadelphia Parking Authority, as well as in litigation in State and Federal Courts. From car accidents to contract disputes to novel Network Transportation Company issues, Jordan has seen, and done, it all.
For many clients, Jordan is the first call for any legal issue. He is foremost a problem solver. Where litigation is not the answer, Jordan works with attorneys across the Firm to identify and implement corporate, tax, IP, employment and other transactional solutions to his clients’ issues. Simply, Jordan does whatever it takes to get results.
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Rutgers Camden School of Law, J.D., Highest Honors (2008)
Pace University, M.A., Honors (2005)
Emory University, B.S., Highest Honors (2003)
Speeches and Publications
Georgia Association of Public Pension Trustees,
"Cyber Security: Do You Have the Proper Protections in Place?" St. Simons Island, Georgia (Upcoming September 13, 2017)
Pennsylvania Association of Public Employee and Pension Systems Spring Forum,
"Cybersecurity: Keeping Your Information Safe," Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, May 24, 2017
Safe America Regional Meeting
"Cyberinsurance Primer," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 3, 2017
Evolving Fiduciary Obligations of Institutional Investors Annual Conference,
"Tailoring Cyberinsurance for Public Pension Funds," Tempe, Arizona, February 21, 2017
"It Wasn't Me: The Interplay Between Cyberinsurance and Cybercrime," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 16, 2017 and June 13, 2016
Large Public Agency,
"Cyberinsurance Primer," New Jersey, June 12, 2016
University Risk Management and Insurance Association Western Regional Conference,
"Cyber 2.0: What We've Learned So Far and What We Haven't," Denver, Colorado, February 17, 2016
Continuing Legal Education,
Cyberinsurance Coverage's Emerging Landscape," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 9, 2015
Continuing Legal Education,
"Cyberinsurance Coverage 101," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 28, 2015
Quoted in "Merck Hack Part of Massive Global Attack," Chris Mondics, Philadelphia Inquirer, June 27, 2017 (cited)
Quoted in "How Your Law Firm Can Avoid Cyber Crime: Train Your Employees," Chris Mondics, Philadelphia Inquirer, July 1, 2016
Author, "Targeting Law Firms: Cyber Criminals Want What You've Got", The Philadelphia Lawyer (Winter 2017)
Co-Author, "What Pension Fund Fiduciaries Need to Know About Cyberinsurance", Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check Fall Bulletin (Fall 2016)
Author, "P.F. Chang's On the Hook for Contractual Liabilities," The Risk Mitigator, Golden Gate RIMS Chapter Newsletter, August 2016