Jordan’s litigation practice focuses on a wide variety of commercial disputes. Jordan has represented a multitude of clients in construction disputes, trade secret and restrictive covenant litigation, oil and gas matters and other commercial matters. Jordan has tried cases in both state and federal court, and has argued before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Among Jordan's recent representations, he has:
Assisted in obtaining a multimillion dollar verdict for a large public university after a seven-week bench trial arising from the allegedly deficient design of $100 million basketball arena.
Successfully obtained a unanimous decision from the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on an issue of statutory interpretation. In re Private Road in Spears Boro, II, Washington County, 11 A.3d 902 (Pa. 2011).
Successfully obtained preliminary injunction for security company seeking to invoke non-competition, non-solicitation, and confidentiality provisions of employment agreement against former employer.
Assisted in representing a national health care company in litigation arising from a $210 million acquisition, resulting in a favorable settlement for the client.
Successfully challenged the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's policies and practices for registration of abandoned wells on behalf of a large national coal company and its affiliates, thereby facilitating development of mining plans and projections.
Successfully obtained dismissal of a federal civil rights lawsuit for an employee of a non-profit organization. Doe v. Upper St. Clair School District, 2008 WL 4861892, 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 90649 (W.D. Pa., Nov. 9, 2008).
Jordan also provides pro bono representation to underprivileged clients as the coordinator of the firm’s participation in Neighborhood Legal Services' Protection From Abuse program.
He was honored by his peers and selected to be on the 2013, 2014 and 2017 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list.
While in law school, Jordan served as the senior articles editor of the University of Pittsburgh Law Review and was also a teaching assistant in the Legal Writing Program. He was awarded the William H. Eckert Prize, given to the student who, in the judgment of the faculty, has written the most outstanding paper by a third-year student for the J.D. Legal Writing Requirement. Jordan was also awarded two CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Legal Writing and Corporate Taxation.