Jordan has acted on the following mandates:

  • Represented a company impacted by the Mareva injunction in the class action proceedings arising from the Ottawa “Trucker Convoy” (Zexi Li et al v Chris Barber et al)
  • Advised numerous entities regarding the Emergency Economic Measures Order and the changes to Canada’s Proceed of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act relating to crowdfunding and payment processors.
  • Conducted a confidential investigation for a TSX company respecting a whistleblower complaint relating to Code of Conduct and other serious allegations of misconduct by senior management
  • Legal counsel to a financial institution regarding successful applications under Civil Practice Note 7 - Dekermejian v Royal Bank of Canada, 2022 ABQB 54, 2022 ABQB 84 
  • Representing a private company respecting litigation relating to alleged fraud by a former employee
  • Represented a financial institution respecting a complex multi-million dollar fraud scheme and investigation
  • Represented a financial institution regarding litigation relating to a fraudulent scheme.
  • Legal counsel to Doyle Salewski Inc., in its capacity as trustee and receiver of Golden Oaks Enterprises Inc. and Jean-Claude Lacasse regarding civil proceedings to recover damages against various individuals that allegedly participated in the Ponzi scheme.  Doyle Salewski Inc v Scott et al, 2020 ONSC 7725
  • Represented a public entity regarding an extensive investigation relating to various alleged misconduct involving conflicts of interest, procurement, and compliance
  • Legal counsel to a private company relating to an alleged fraudulent scheme involved factored accounts receivable
  • Legal counsel to the forensic computer expert concerning court proceedings for the return of seized hard drives as a result of the set aside of a Mareva injunction - Tiger Calcium Services Inc v Sazwan, 2019 ABQB 500