Jordan Finfer is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Jordan has extensive experience advising entrepreneurs, owners, investors and executives at privately held companies in a myriad of matters, including commercial disputes, employment matters and corporate governance.
Serving as outside general counsel for his corporate clients, Jordan utilizes over a decade of experience to achieve no nonsense solutions by pragmatic and efficient means.
Jordan’s litigation experience includes: copyright violations, claims arising from violation of the Illinois Trade Secrets Act and Defend Trade Secrets Act; partnership disputes, shareholder disputes, restrictive covenant matters, real estate litigation including claims arising from fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and condominium association disputes, director, officer and employee fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims, probate disputes, including fraudulent transfer, undue influence, lack of capacity matters, trust disputes, employment disputes, mechanics liens foreclosures, collective bargaining agreement disputes, and commercial mortgage foreclosures.
Jordan has successfully tried cases to verdict and has arbitrated a number of matters before the American Arbitration and various other self-regulatory agencies.
Jordan was selected in 2013-2018 as an Illinois Super Lawyer’s Rising Star and in 2016-2018 as a Leading Lawyer.
Jordan is a graduate of the University of Illinois and the University of Illinois at Chicago John Marshall Law School. Jordan is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association. Jordan is an active member of the American Jewish Committee’s Marshall Society and ACCESS Group and the Chicago Humanities Festival. Prior to joining PFS, Jordan was a partner in a mid-size Chicago firm.
- The John Marshall Law School (J.D.)
- University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (B.A.)
- Illinois State Bar
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Board of AJC Access
- Board of Third Coast Collaborative
- Super Lawyers 2013-2020
- Leading Lawyer 2016-2020