Washington, D.C. Office
Section 337 investigations pose an enormous risk. Without proper counsel, the speed, complexity and potential cost can overwhelm companies and drain precious resources. Having handled nearly 60 such investigations, Jordan understands those risks, and how to safely and efficiently guide complainants, respondents and non-parties toward the best possible result.
Clients who enlisted Jordan’s help recently reported to Chambers USA that "you can trust he will be in the weeds and is able to spot untenable positions taken by the opposition" and that "he is a very capable attorney and he knows the procedural details of ITC investigations." He is recognized by Chambers USA as an Up and Coming Lawyer for International Trade: Intellectual Property (Section 337), and The Legal 500 also described Jordan as “the heart of the practice”, who “offers a wealth of ITC experience and knowledge, while maintaining a level of responsiveness and approachability that is second to none.“ He’s managed all aspects of Section 337 investigations, including 14 trials, from pre-complaint counseling and diligence to Federal Circuit appeals. The investigations have covered technologies including smartphones, tablets, televisions, flash memory, semiconductors, and medical devices.
He also represents plaintiffs and defendants across the country in cases involving claims of patent, trademark and copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation and violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Prior to and during law school, Jordan was an Honors Paralegal and Law Clerk in the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, where he assisted attorneys and economists in Hart-Scott-Rodino investigations in diverse industries, including pharmaceuticals, consumer products and energy.