Jordan represents shopping centers, property owners, office building managers and developers in landlord-tenant, land use and bankruptcy matters.
Jordan has extensive experience in all landlord-tenant disputes involving nonpayment of rent, exclusives, tenant improvements, mechanic’s liens, tenant bankruptcies and post-lease termination collections. Jordan also represents banks enforcing commercial loan agreements. He has trial and appellate experience in state and federal courts.
Represent community, regional and super regional shopping centers in lease disputes including those relating to non-payment of rent, exclusives, and tenant improvements.
Represent community, regional and super regional shopping centers in national retails tenant bankruptcies.
Represent office building owners in landlord-tenant and land use disputes.
Represent shopping center owners in mechanic's lien foreclosure actions.
Represent national banks in enforcement of commercial loan agreements.
"Stipulations For Entry Of Judgment: Plaintiffs Beware," The Marin Lawyer (August 2009)
"Tenant Bankruptcies: A Few Things Landlords Should Know," The Marin Lawyer (July 2007)
"The Hidden Lesson of Drybread v. Chipain Chiropractic Corporation", The Marin Lawyer (July 2007)
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"Commercial Tenant Bankruptcies – What Landlords Need to Know," Lorman Seminar of Landlord and Tenant Law (August 2012)
"Security Deposits: What Do They Really Secure?," International Council of Shopping Centers (2006)
"Tenant Bankruptcies: What Landlords Need To Know, Real Estate Litigation in California," Lorman Educational Services (Oct. 2005)
"Travel and Hospitality Law," Hospitality Management Department of San Francisco State University (1997-2011)
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Northern California Rising Stars (2010-2012)
Wiley W. Manuel Award for Pro Bono Legal Services (2003, 2006)
Award for Significant Contribution from Legal Aid of Marin (2007, 2008)