Jordan D. Rosenfeld
Jordan assists clients with complex commercial litigation, intellectual property, white collar matters, and investigations. He has represented colleges and universities, health plans, Fortune 100 companies, small businesses, and individuals in various forums in different states, and before the federal government.
Jordan has won at trial in Maryland’s state and federal courts, and in matters at Maryland’s administrative agencies. He has also acted as lead counsel in arbitration, and participated in other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Jordan enjoys a brisk motions practice, and he regularly coordinates complex discovery efforts. He has conducted investigations on behalf of colleges and universities in response to allegations of workplace discrimination, violation of school policy, and criminal activity. Jordan has also represented clients in matters at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the U.S. Copyright Office.
Jordan is particularly proud of his pro bono work, which includes representing a victim of human trafficking against her traffickers in the District of Maryland, and representing qualifying clients through the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service.
Prior to joining Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, Jordan was an associate at a boutique white collar firm, where he advised and represented clients in regulatory and criminal investigations and trials.