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Jordan  D. Weinreich


Banking and Financial Services
Broker-Dealer Litigation and Arbitration


  • Rutgers 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
Jordan D. Weinreich
Tel: (973) 302-9695
Fax: (973) 302-9948
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  • Sherman Wells Secures Another NJ Supreme Court Victory For Firm Client

    For the second time this Term, Sherman Wells has secured a victory for one of its clients in a case before the New Jersey Supreme Court. Julian W. Wells and Jordan D. Weinreich represented firm client Bank Leumi USA on an issue of first impression regarding the scope of the entire controversy doctrine. In a unanimous decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that the entire controversy doctrine does not bar a party who files a successful motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim from later asserting claims that arise from the same transactional facts. 


  • Sherman Wells congratulates seventeen firm attorneys that have been selected among the 2019 NJ Super Lawyers and the 2019 Rising Stars List

    We are delighted to add that Partner, Sandra Brown Sherman was included on the Top 50 Women Lawyers in the State list.

  • Sherman Wells congratulates fourteen firm attorneys that have been selected among the 2018 NJ Super Lawyers and the 2018 Rising Stars List

    Sherman Wells congratulates eight firm attorneys that have been selected among the 2018 NJ Super Lawyers and six firm attorneys that have been selected among the 2018 Rising Stars.

    We are delighted to add that two firm Partners have been noted for receiving special recognition, Partners, Andrew Stamelman & Sandra Brown Sherman have been included on this year's New Jersey Super Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers list and Partner, Sandra Brown Sherman was included on the Top 50 Women Lawyers in the State list.

  • Sherman Wells Announces New Partner, Counsel and Associate

    Sherman Wells is pleased to announce the election of new Partner, Jordan D. Weinreich, and new Counsel, Kathleen E. Clark. The firm is also pleased to announce the addition of Michelle Leland as an Associate.

  • New Jersey 2017 Super Lawyers Recognize 13 Sherman Wells Attorneys

    We are delighted to announce that 13 of our lawyers have been recognized by New Jersey 2017 Super Lawyers, with three of our partners receiving special recognition.

  • Sherman Wells is Pleased to Announce that Eight Attorneys have Been Named 2016 NJ Super Lawyers and Five Named Rising Stars

    The Super Lawyers selection process comprises hundreds of thousands of statewide or regional surveys supplemented by a comprehensive examination of each nominee’s background and experience, focusing on such criteria as verdicts and settlements, transactions, representative clients, honors and awards, educational background, and any other outstanding achievements. Only 5 percent of the total lawyers in the state are selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers.

  • New Jersey Lawyer Article: Registered Investment Advisors

    Registered investment advisors (RIAs) are a growing sector of the wealth management industry. Over 2,000 new RIA firms were created last year alone. There are now more than 30,000 RIAs in the United States, and over 3,000 of them have in excess of $1 billion in assets under management. This tremendous growth reflects the fact that an increasing number of investors are choosing RIA firms instead of traditional Broker-dealers for their investment and wealth management needs.

    This article was originally published in the December 2015 issue of New Jersey Lawyer, a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and is reprinted here with permission.

  • Sherman Wells Article Published in The M&A Journal

    Shareholders who claim that they have been unfairly compensated as a result of a merger transaction often have only one available remedy: to dissent from the merger transaction and file a lawsuit seeking a “fair value” determination of their shares. Over the past several years, the number of such dissenting shareholder actions has surged. Julian Wells and Jordan Weinreich of Sherman Wells Sylvester & Stamelman LLP break down the process and provide a primer on what you need to know.