Daniel Jordan is a litigator who represents both plaintiffs and defendants across a variety of industries in breach of contract, trade secret, trademark, copyright, false advertising, and unfair competition disputes. Daniel is also committed to representing survivors of sexual abuse against institutions that fail to protect against sexual violence.
Before joining Lewis & Llewellyn, Daniel practiced at O’Melveny & Myers in San Francisco representing many leading technology, startup, and Fortune 500 companies in state and federal court. While attending University of Pennsylvania Law School, Daniel sought out opportunities that provided a broad range of litigation experiences. Daniel was an associate editor for University of Pennsylvania Law Review, competed in his law school’s commercial arbitration moot, and advocated for his clients as a student attorney in the Child Advocacy and Support Assistance Clinic.
Daniel also regularly represents clients on a pro bono basis. He secured a favorable settlement in a class action against Nevada’s government for failing to provide constitutionally adequate indigent defense services. He successfully invalidated a California city’s anti-Adult Use of Marijuana Act ordinance. He also successfully obtained asylum for a Guatemalan immigrant who fled from persecution on the basis of his sexuality.
Outside of the office, you may find Daniel at a movie theater catching up on the latest movies, behind his piano, or on a hiking trail in the Bay Area with his family.