An innovative, dedicated litigator, Johnathan Jordan aggressively protects clients’ interests in state and federal courts. He handles a wide range of commercial litigation cases, including cases involving breach of contract, fraud, and violations of the DTPA. Johnathan also represents clients in personal injury and complex insurance coverage.
Johnathan interned with the Honorable Ken Tapscott, County Court at Law No. 4 in Dallas, Texas, and with the Honorable Benjamin Smith, 380th District Court in McKinney, Texas. A graduate of Baylor University School of Law, Johnathan honed his writing and critical thinking skills while simultaneously studying law and serving as an articles editor at Baylor Law Review, which earned him the Jerry L. Beane Award for excellence in writing. He also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Southern Methodist University.
- Obtained summary judgment in Texas state court for banking client on $500,000 breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty claims on statute of limitations grounds.
- Obtained favorable ruling on motion to compel arbitration in federal court for medical billing company client two months before trial based on contractual arbitration clause. Successfully argued that arbitration clause in Professional Service Agreement was enforceable and that client had not waived its right to demand arbitration under the Professional Service Agreement.
- Note, Out of “Control” Federal Subpoenas: When Does a Nonparty Subsidiary Have Control of Documents Possessed by a Foreign Parent?, 68 Baylor L. Rev. 191 (2016)