Jordan D. Weinreich
Jordan Weinreich practices in Sherman Wells' Litigation Group. He has an extensive background in complex litigation, with a particular emphasis on securities litigation and the representation of financial service firms in all aspects of federal (MDL and individual actions) and state court litigation and ADR, including the defense of broker-dealers and their employees in FINRA arbitration proceedings.
Jordan also has counseled clients on a variety of complex litigation matters, including commercial contract disputes, M&A disputes (including purchase price adjustments and dissenting shareholder appraisal actions), bankruptcy, intellectual property, business torts and contested probate matters. In addition, Jordan has assisted clients in conducting internal practice reviews and investigations.
Previously, Jordan was associated with Riker Danzig and Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. While in law school, Jordan interned at the New Jersey Attorney General's Office, Bureau of Securities in Newark. Jordan is currently an adjunct law professor at Rutgers, where he teaches courses on securities regulation and securities arbitration.
EducationRutgers University School of Law, J.D. (2005)Tulane University, B.S. (2002)
New York New Jersey District of Columbia U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
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- Defended multinational building materials conglomerate in dissenting shareholder “Fair Value” appraisal action.
- Obtained $1.4 million award, issued by a FINRA panel, on behalf of broker-dealer in a promissory note dispute and dismissal of all counterclaims.
- Obtained complete dismissal of claims brought against broker-dealer for alleged violations of N.Y. Labor Law §193 and the NYDOL’s regulations promulgated thereunder.
- Successfully represented U.S. subsidiary of Korean conglomerate in post-acquisition purchase price dispute resulting in full adjustment in favor of client.
- Successfully represented the fiduciaries of a $100 million estate in a will contest.
- Resolved numerous claims brought against broker-dealer client involving the sale of structured products and preferred shares issued by Lehman Brothers.